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SherilT of Chittenden County. 

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IfasMonaMs Barbers. 

AND OPERATORS IS EVERY BRASCH OF Tilt: 

Warm ani) Cold Ralbs si all hours of (lie daj aud evening. 

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Opposite City Hall, Church St., - - Burlington .Vt. ; 



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Corner Main & St. Paul Sts. 






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Hotel in the State, either in location or 

The house commands an extended view of the city, Lake 
Champlain, and its varied scenery. The house has all the 
appointments and conveniences of a 

FIRST CLASS HOTEL, 



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T»/p £ : • ' • 

AGRICULTURAL TOOLS & SEEDS, 

Agents for Dupont's Powder 

AIVBFAlRBJLliKS'SCAliES. 

I 3 ! SEY, PLATED WAEE <S; TWHui. 
Cor. Church $ (We J- Sts., Burlington, Vt. 






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EL POPE k GO., 



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nmrrniTi fr>TM-n.< rrniaiiu) pritjifrUT) ft n r ' n 

(jurrniib, iiJluifl, uiiMm lliiiiifl, &u, odu. 

AND JOBBERS OF 



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SSI i IS, SODA, SOAP, BLACKINB, 

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C. F. MINEK. G. F. POPE. A. B. WTTHEKAJLL. 



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Manufacture al! kinds of 

h iiery G . tin . 



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Iros . - .ce, Calaron Kettles, water Pi] 



"WW. H. BRINK. 



15. S. NICHOLS, 



v. «;. ccktOIS. 






0. BLODBEW & SOU, 



WHOLESALE DEALEES IN 



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Office, north of Vt. CentralDepot, 
BURLIl &TON, - - VERMONT. 



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Jiranufaclitrers and ^Dealers in 

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Pioneer Shop, Centre Building, 
Store 57 12 Frankfurt Street, .\V.i fork. 



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AND .OTHER 

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South Wharf, - - Burlington, Vt 

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GLUE, BRUSHES, HATS, COIIjDAGS and TV ; 

V I A !S < > 

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Birrliiiix'toii, "Vt. 






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H. a HOWE & CO., Proprietors. 



The American is centrally located, and havine: recently 
undergone a thorough refitting and received new furnish- 
ings, is now unsurpassed by any Hotel in the State. 

COACHES attend each TK AI1S and BOAT. 



A LIVERY IS CONNECTED WITH THE HOUSE. 






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BY O. C. STACY A CO. 

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- its of every des •ri] ! n ■: ' I ht and SI - :; !i ( 

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d r i v e r s w h e n de sired. 



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OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 

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CALENDAR FOR 1871-72. 



July. 

S M T Wl T F S 

I 



187*1- 

3 pi TJWjTjF| S 



!! Tn"o-v'oi»i?_»<m 



SiMjTlWjTj FjS 



>....! 

2 3 4 5 H 7 8 

91011 12 t:; 14 1.-; 

It; 17 18 19120 21 22 

23 24 25 20i27 28;29 

30,31 . . .... . .'. . 

August. 

S M.T \V; TiFlS 



..!..!...[.... II 2 
3 4' 5 '<; 7 8 9 
10 i I 12 13 14|l5il6 
17(18 L9!-20i2il22-23 
24 25;2 ' 27 .2S2'.»30 



..'.J. - . 1 2! 3j 1 
5 6 7 8! OilOHl 
12 13 i 1 15 16 17 is 
19.20|21!22J23[24!25 
26 : 27j28:29i30i. . . . 



October 



Si MIT WjTjFIS 



December. 

S M T .V.V'i t S 



. . I . . I 1 ' 2; 31 4j 5 
6 7 8 9 id 11 12 
13 i ! to 10 17 18 19 
20.21 22 23.24 1 '25j2ti 
27,25 29 3031 . J. . 



1 2j 3i 4 5 6 7 
8 910.11 12:13|14 

151(1 17.18119 20:21 

22.23:24 2-5 

29-30131 ..! 



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1 


2 


o 


4 5 


6 


7 


v - 


9 


10 


11 12 


13 


: j 


1 ) 


10 


17 


18 19 


20 




22 


■_•) 


24 


2.720 


27 


28 


29 


30 


31 













1 3 V S 



rJ :t is ins i\v . 

■ M ; iw i if s 

l! 2 : 3J -!■ 7 fi 
7 s '.) : ?n 1 1 12113 
14 15 Hi 17 is 19!20 
21 22 23:24J25;26|27 
282 I3(i. : :tl . . 
.... • . ..!..!.. 

February. 
S M T W T F R 



">i ai-cJi. 

(i S M TjWlT FjS 

........'..12 

3 i 5 6 7 8 9 

1011 12 1.51415 -10 

17 18 Li»!20:21 22123 

i 24^25 2G,27i28.29|30 



April. 

MIT Wit FiS 



ij May. 

! : S] M TIWj i ' ■- 

\ ..:.. ..! ij 2 3 4 

I 5| 7 8! 91011 

: 12113141510 1718 

j 1912021 22123 24 25 

ij 20'27.2829:30 31;. . 

Juno. 

i S M T W 1 I 



1 2 3 

[ 5 ■ *;. 7 8 910 
11 12 1314 17 Ll 17 
IK 19 2021 22 2,°. 21 



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28 ■>'.» 



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i - a 10 I I 12 13 

14 151 171819 20 

21 22:232425 2027 

28'29|30.. !.. 



2; 3 : 4 5 G- 7 8 

9 10 1112131415 

! 161718 19 20>21:22 

i 23 242526272829 

30!., .. .. ...... 






1771657 






DISTANCES FROM BURLINGTON. 



SOUTH 



EAST 



By Rut. & Bur. Railroad. 



Bv Centra! RaiJroad. 



Shelburn, . . 6 

Charlotte, 5 

Ferrisburgh 4 

Vergennes, 

New Haven 5 

Middlebury, 7 

, 17 

Pittsford, 8 

Rutland, 9 

Cuttingsville, .... 10 

Mount Holly, 8 

Ludlow, 7 

Proctorsviile. 3 

Duttonsviile, 2 

ittS, 5 

, . . 7 4 

Bellows Falls, 14 

Boston, 

NORTH 



G 
11 
15 
21 

26 

GO 

58 

G7 



92 

95 

97 

102 

106 

120 



By Yt. & Can. Baiiro;:d = 

Essex Junction,. . 7 

l .■ lies ter, 

Milton, 5 

Georgia, 5 

St. Albans,- . ..9 

Swanton, 9 

Alburgh, b 

Rouse's Point, . .. .6 
Montreal, 50 



Winooski, 

Essex Junction, . . . 

Williston, 

Richmond, 

Bolton, 

Waterbiu y, 

Middlesex. 

Montpelier, 

Nprthfield, 1 

Etoxbury, 

Brain tree, 1 

Randolph, 

Bethel, 

Royalton 

Sharon 

West Hartford, . ... 
White River June . 
Boston 



13 

22 
28 
34 
40 
50 



g -■'. 

90 

95 

103 



NORTH AND SOUTH, 



By Steamboat. 



7 Pittsburgh, 25 

12 Rouse's Point, 50 

17 St. Johns 75 

22 Montreal .' 100 



:!] Queb 



280 



' < ' nsburgh, 1«S 



40 

4S Whitehall,. 

o\ Troy 

100 New York. 



147 

.207 



\d Stei boai 

Vt. Centra R. R. I' C . ' • ' rf, foot of i 

Street. 

Steamboat Landing Central Wharf, foot of College 
Street. 









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T5 T T Q'T T\T T? C tf 7f Ti TTT? T3 TIT T Cf 17T5 



JULY 1871 xO JULY 1872. 






-«S>- ~© > -«.-- t — 



rUPLISHED BT 



H i R A Nl S . H A R T 



1 " L'NGIOX : 
J' ItS. E E P B I: S a A B S C I A T I N . 

1871. 



S'O 



: •-; r 



A WORD Of INTRODUCTION 



Burlington became a city in 1SG5, Though only six 
years old, it has made a creditable record since its in- 
corporation, and one of whn b it needs not to be ashamed. 
Whatdv* r gain has been made in that time is due, first, to 
the sagacity and business enterprise of its citizens ; and 









Lave conspired to favor the development of their plans. We 
pre pose to speak in a cursory way of some of these. 

THE BUSINESS FACILITIES, 

present and prospective, presented by the location, first 
claim attention. The position of the city, midway b< tween 
the north and south ends of the Lake, and the constant' com- 
munication with every place of importance on its shoi ■ - y 
means of twice-daily lin 3 oi steamers, taken in connection 
with the fact that Burlington lias but a single, and not 
formidable, competitor for the lake trad-, tend to make the 
whole region of the Champlain Valley tributary to In r in the 
way of business. Then her connection by river and canal 
with Montreal, the Ottawa river . nd the Great West on the 
'■■' • hand, and with New York, Albany, etc.. on the other ; and 
- 1 ■ lirj s of railway which centre here from all those points, 
us well as from Boston and other Eastern cities, afford 
ftuui il facilities for the transaction of extended bn iness 
i he fact is specially to be noted, that this is the only point 
on the Like, between its northern and southern extren i 

V ■ " ! : ■ - . • ..,-.:. . . j 

• - ■ oi . . : ■_:. _ . ■■.■ • 

! ' '■ • 3 di : I. ,' n .-'■■■■■■•-'■ 

::: lii e cheap transportation oi' the raw material, and the 
'i ;: - : - deliver; in the distant market of the finished product. 



INTRODUCTORY. 



"When the proposed Caughnawaga ship Canal is completed, 
Lake Champlain must become a portion of the great high- 
way between West and East, and Burlington' a chief place 
: t tr; ' \ . rfg 1 f \. . tern cities and Eurci .. 

Already this city ranks third in the United States as a 
Li i- tber Market, and the business is constantly increasing, 
New wharves were built list year, and are building this, for 
the accommodation of this interest alone. Nor is there need 
that this extension of wharfage should soon cease. The 
whole semicircle of the bay from Red Eocks to Eock Point 
might be filled .with docks and shipping ; arid it is more than 
possible that the next fifteen years will see it so occupied. 
Elevators may be expected to rise here to match those of 
Milwaukee and Buffalo ; and the productions of the West, 
as well of China and Japan, will seek th 'ir way to the At- 
lantic in pare through this port, and meet here the manufac- 
tures of the East, as they pass toward the Interior and the 
Pacific Slope. This expectation does not seem a "wild one, 
when we look ahead an 1 in imagination - e the Ship Canal, 
the Northern Pacific Eailroad, and othc c like i aterprises of 
the present day complt ted. The steady increase in the 



F.XTK.Vx ANl' VARIETY OF BUSINESS 

transacted here is worthy of a pas ing note. From the 
erection of the Pioneer Mechanics' Shop in 1853, the manu- 
facturing interests of the place have experienced a steady 
development. One shop or mill after another has arisen at 
the water-side, till now the steam whistles shriek out their 
signals along the whole front of the town, and at twelve and 
six o'clock a small army of ■- irkmenenu rg< - from the vicin- 
ity of the tall chimneys and the pil< I I rests of lumber. On 

■ 
aj n I ; th< '■•;.■ ■ ■ ■ i he h . ... of 

wool ■ ■ ■ . - ' • • 

factories of iarnitare. '1 he natural result of this increase of 
business has been a corresponding 



I, 



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1 !! 


. 







IXTKODL'CTORY. 



inprl-iase op vopulvl'Io. 



In 1860 the total number of inhabitants in the town of 
Burlington was 7.71:"!. In 1870 South Burlington contained 

701 in] ' ] ! '"''"' ?f Burli ' •' nl-1 '"'-7. .' ■' jw- 

ing South Burlington to have gained 78 in the decade, the 
city made a gain in the same time of 7,387, or 105 per cent., 

a rate of increase exceeding that of the most prosperous 
Western cities, with very few exceptions, -and those, of towns 
recently founded. It- might be rash to prophecy that the 
next ten years will witness another doubling of the popula- 
tion ; but it is safe to say that we have abundant room, both 
for the additional population and for the business establish- ; 
ments needed to sustain it. We are, as yet, a town of rather 
"magnificent distances,"' with abundant space in which 
to expand. We see no reason why our little city should 
pause at the point now reached. All the signs look to a j 

;oi ii nance of her growth. 

! 

THE EDUCATIONAL ADVANTAGES 

of Burlington are not to be counted among the least induce- 
ments to a residence here. The University of Vermont has I 
always furnished excel! nt I icilities for a thorough classical 
training. Without lessening these, it has lately added other 
courses of study, scientific and practical, in conformity to 
the altered demands of the age. These advantages are offer- 
ed on the most liberal terms, even to those who do not pur- 
sue the regular curriculum. Anyone who is duly qualifii 1 
'"an avail himself of the best instruction in chemistry, 
mining, engineering, etc. The only Medical School in Ver- 
mont is connected with the University. As yet, however, : 
only young men are allowed to enjoy the benefits accruii g 
■ ■ ■ Hi c j ion in ' ■ the Ci ttrol o£ 

1 »!iege Corp >rati >n. This ex I Lsi >n i t the yot 
:. froi (qua! ac to the ] test souj s of L owl- 
< bs". it is not rash to prophecy, will have end before long. 
ft c expect to see the halls of the University thronged by 



I 



INTRODUCTORY. 



tlie daughters as well as the sons of the people before an- 
other five years have gone by. We already discern ornens 
of the change we desire to see. The Public Schools, too, if 



vr-t •> r»f>od 






gress iu the right direction. The Board of School Commis- 
sioners has intelligent and far-reaching plans, whose results 
are already manifest in improved methods cf instruction 
and management. The handsome High School edifice now 
in process of erection on College street, is an evidence that 
fchey mean in course of time to have school buildings worthy 
of the school?, and both such as to deserve the patronage of 
the whole people. 

THE CHURCHES 

are all new, or have recently been renovated. Most notice- 
able for size, as most costly, is St. Mary's (Roman Catholic) 
Cathedral, a substantial edifice of stone, with richly storied 
windows. The little chapel in its rear is a gem of Gothic 
architecture. Tiie Episcopal, Methodist and one of the 
Congregational churche - are also of stoae, the two last, ?. ■ ab= : 
the Cathedral, being built of sandstone from the quarries in 
the south part of the city. The Baptist church edifice is of 
ri cent erection and newly enlarged. St Paul's, too. (Epis- 
copal) has lately be< o m id led and e tended at large ex- 
pense, while additional accommodations have been pro- 
vided for the Congregational societies on Pearl and White 
-. - Tl .' i] roveiu ,-nts should stand as proof.-; of a 
g >d degree of public spirit. If now the School Commis- 
sioners are provided . hi. sura 'i< nt funds to carry out their 
practical and com] tisiveplan; foi tin erectioi of s ' »o] 

i - -. ; -. citvni • ere long take a just pride in her ] 

id I • . • ud homes 
i : the 

The erection of a new County Court House this current 
year, of ampler dim ions than the old, and m a more qui r 



r 



INTRODUCTORY. 

location, should also be chronicled here. The plans and 
elevations show that it will be an architectural ornament to 
the city. 
Tlie recently constructed 

WATER WORKS 

have not only brought a bountiful supply of pure (lake) 
water into almost every house, but have greatly lessened the 
clanger from fire, the elevation of the reservoir being such 
that streams maybe thrown from the numerous hydrants 
ov« r the roofs of nearly all the buildings in the city proper, 
save those upon the crest of the hill. The pipes are soon to 
be extended to such portions of the city as are not already 
supplied. 

THE CITY LIBRARY 

is yet to be found* d, and we name it here to keep it. before 
the t" ople and the city officials. The lack of a proper pub- 
lie ( >il< ■ [h u of books is greatly mitigated, however, by the 
numerous limited collections belonging to various a socia- 
ti( 'is : all of which, as well as tlie rare stores deposited in 
the University Library, are accessible under certain not in- 
ronveuienl restrictions. By act of the State Legislature, 
pa; >ed at the last se »ion, the City Council was authorized 
"to establish find maintain a public library/' Yv r e trust 
'-'■-': will not sutler this latest clause defining their powers 
and duties to Lie long in abeyance. 

\\ e have already hinted ..: tin mass of 

BUIT.i -r:C, MATERIAL 

■ - '•■• ■ . th( quarries within the ciry bruits, lis rich- 

• ' -" • . . ■ ■. as 

for instance, Bethanj church, Montpelier. Variegated mar- 
I '•-. Ur»large variety are found at Mallett's Bav, a few mites 






DTTBODUCTOBY. 

to the north. Brick of excellent' quality, both common and 
pressed, is manufactured at the lake shore, near the 
place last designated, and also within the city limits, 
while in-exaaustible beds of limestone lie within three 
miles of the City Hall. As for lumber — inquire of the 
dealers at the lake. Their stock would seem to be equal to 
all local demands. [We add here, as of general interest, 
though slightly out of place, a few figures showing the total 
transactious in lumber for 1870, The aggregate amount is 
reported at one hundred and twenty million feet, of the 
value of $2,847,316. The Vt. Central E. R. forward.-] 12,- 
115 cars of lumber in that year, and it is estimated that 
about 10,000 more went by the II. <k. B. R. R. The quan- 
tity going forward at present (June, 187J.) is said to be 
greater than ever before. We find the amount imported 
from Canada for the two weeks following the 5th of May, 
reported at 6,542,59*2 feet ; the amount for the week ending 
8th June, at 5,660,081 feet. We cite these figures as an- 
swers to frequent questions, hut have not the statistics at 
haul to enable us to present a detailed statement.] . 

We 5nd on looking back that we have made no allusion t ;> 
two worthy 

CI! V.BlTrES, 

the Home for Destitute Children, an institution under Pro- 
testant management, which aims to give its first and warm- 
est welcome t>-> such little ones as were orphaned in the late 
civil war ; and St. Joseph's Orphan Asylum, under the di- 
rection of the Roman Catholic Sisters of Charity, who have 
at present, we believe, somewhat more than sixty children 
under their care and training. 
In regard to 






■ . . i 



oi 1 :.'. - • rdm y ' : t it oi ph -, One 

would naturally look for evidences of culture and rcfine- 
r^hatiuji. town where fur generations an ample competence 



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INTKODUCTOKY. 



9 



had blessed the enterprise and thrift of the people, and 
■where the educational and literary advantages enjoyed had 
ranged considerably above the average. The influence of the 
cnlle^e and of excellent female schools has been long and 
widely felt, and the tastes and general tone of the commu- 
nity largely affected thereby. The hospitality of the city is 
so frequently tested that there is no need to speak in vindi- 
cation of it. Our city is so small that neighborliness is not 
destroyed by the fact that neighbors are so many and so 
near, and at the same time it is so large that it should save 
from some of the pettinesses and provincialisms which some- 
times characterize more isolated communities. The natu- 
ral advantages ot the situation as a 



PL.ACr. OF BESIDENCE 



are manifest at a glance. The acclivity on which the town is 
built rises by gentle stages, until at the distance of a mile 
from the lake it attains an elevation of nearly three hundred 
feet. As one moves up the slope from the lake-side, he gets 
a wider view of the bay and the islands, and the further shore 
and the opposite ranges of mountains, until, arrived upon 
the crest, he not only finds the ChanYpdain Valley iyi&ft 
spread out beneath him, and the Adirondack^ rising majestic- 
ally beyond, but, opposite, a long stretch of the Green 
Mountain range bursts suddenly upon his sight, with two of 
its most prominent peaks rising grandly above all, while 
the intervening valley is clearly traced even to the base 
of old Mausfield. Burlington, we believe, may safely 
challenge whole New England for extent and variety of 
scenery. The combination of river, lake and mountain, cul- 
ls, the wo ks ofm ir and r- I m • 
ill natures alma irbedposs< : . 



like it wou I not b» is to find. It is n 



■rthut 



the lovers of natural scenery should choose this for their 
home, or make their annual pilgrimage hither during "ifoe 



ti 



10 



INTKODVCTor.Y 



heats of summer. The upper portion of the city is almost 
embowered in trees,— a sort of rus in urbe. The number of 
elegant and cost!y mansions is becoming every year more 
noticeable. Th< s m \y be acceyrted as evidence*? of prosper- 
ous busin< ?s ami of increasing refinement. As we write, we 
Lear the ring of the carpenter's hammer on every side, and 
are reminded that numerous dwellings are in process of 
erection upon the sightly hill-side. The points from which 
one obtains the best views of both lake and city are passing 
fast into the hands of those who intend to build upon them. 
A few years hence will probably see the whole southern por- 
tion of the western slope covered with the homes of those 
who prefer a wide and pi. asant prospect to the din and dust 
of the business quarter of the city. At this point we remind 
ourselves of a partial (in both senses, possibly) description 
of Burlington scenery which appeared sometime since in the 
Spriiifjjieki Zi . We give place to a portion of it in lieu 

of further remarks oi our own/ assured tl it, whatever 
strangers may say of it, as fulsome or exaggerated, all who 
have ever made this ti :ir home or haunt will find it no whit 
beyond the reality. 

" If you are t!' , 1 Ling for pleasure, and care anything for wild or beautiful 
scenery, you will Corue d >wn Lake Charaplain in a steamer — after visiting 
Lake o ;-.. , per! >=— and U»k sit the (shore ami the mountains on either 
hand, with space enough for comfort, ant! leisure enough to enjoy the slews 
through which y • i are p issi ... : ii stead of h ing whirled in a rail ear, ami. I 
clouds of dust, through turn-yards, swam pa :i:i '' ah unsightly places. Ap- 
pr ichir.g ; , i Bay in this way fr m thy south, when you get in the 

vicinity of Roc!< Dunder and Juniper Island, Burlington will appear to you 
in all her beauty, seated queen-like on a gently sloping hillside. Back a 
mile from the bay.- ii:»st the sky in;l the mountains, you will see, first of 
allandhigl right dome of the University chapel, and beneath, 

the munc ■ i pal ■ - ■ ! s i '• . 

•...■;.■. • . | 

the vallej and .f the town 

r •'• ' ■ •- ■ ' I ' .' '", i:i the :.:. . . - i 

the houses are set down. Once arrived m B., you must not remain on ' .' 
Square,' but drive about the town, esj ■cially toward the south ; and just as 






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INTRODUCTORY. 



11 



you end your explorations, if you have but a single day of leisure here, 
chmb the College dome, and look off upon the city and lake below you j the 
islands, and the blue Adirondack^ piled up far away in the western sky ; to 
the north see the wide meadows and the Winooski winning tlirough them ; 
irace tlu il* v.-- - 4 : .'.* . ■.: ■- - : ' ?~r-.:. . jjj jtg deep channel in the rocks it 
the High Bridge — a place you ought to visit ; beyond, see the clear outline of 
the Nose and Chin of Mansfield against the eastern sky ; note the huge pro- 
tuberance of Gamers Hump, and its fearful steepness; and around you, fail 
not to mark the variety of village and woodland, hill and valley, gleaming 
water and brightgreenor soberer shore ; and then, if it is evening, — as it should 
be, if you can look but once— watch for an hour the shifting hues of the sun- 
set sky and the more varied hues of the mirror below, as orange changes to 
p Id, and cold to crimson, and crimson to purple, and this to brown and dark 
pfay and blue, bat all the colors so mtermingled and so shaded ei.ch into each, 
that none can ever be said to prevail alone ; cr, if you shall say that one color 
] ■ lominat s it will be true only while you are saying it. 1 have stood on 
that elevated dome with natives of central Europe, who have said to i..e that 
.. ith r In Germany nor in Switzerland had they seen views surpassing that 
which lay before them, in the commingling of land and water, nature and art. 
God's work and man's work lie side by side, and both are beautiful and ' very 
good.' it your sou! is not subdued and tranquillized by this scene, you must 
indeed be 

* Fir for tie«sr>r!s, stratagems and spoils,' 
and ought Lever to see Lake Leraan, era sunset on the bay of Naples." 



THE BUMMEB VISITOR 

here finds himself within easy distance of s, imwwer of de- 
lightful resorts. Mailett's Bay, a most charming sheet of 
water, is within an hour's drive ; the Upper Falls of the 
Winooski, or the High Bridge, but half an hour away ; the 
An sabl Chasm especially, on the opposite side of the lake, 
trebly repays one for the day's time which is required to visit 
it and return ; while pleasant drives and extended views are 
found in almost every direction. Mansfield and Camel's 
Hump and the noted Medicinal Springs of Sheldon, Alburgh 
ad II well ; the hi ntiug and fi ! . ;- • • ;r nmcls of 

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if i ' i i the t< tiri t that lie v ii Lin •■ 

day's ride of Burlington by rail or steamer would be to turn 
this preface into a guide book. 



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INTSODTJCTOBY. 



If in this hasty sketch we have passed lightly over our 
deficiencies, and failed even to hint at various improvements 
and reforms which might well be made in our little borough, 
it i* not because our eyes are wholly blind to the things in 
which we lack. If we were in a fault-finding mode — as we 
are not—it would hardly be becoming to scold '-before 
folks." So we have spoken mainly of the tilings in which our 
people may take a reasonable pride and satisfaction, trusting 
that, if our estimate of the "Queen City of the Lake" and 
her material and social advantages should be deemed by the 
stranger to be unduly high, considerate allowance will be 
made for local and personal attachments. It may be we are 
too close to judge fairly ; if so, our nearsightedness is aa in- 
firmity whose obscuring and distorting effects we share 
with others. 



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Street Commissioners.— B. 13. Smaller, L. P. Fuller. 
Henry Green. 

Fibe Wardens. — Noble B. Flanagan £ »r North Ward, 
.... . 1 . ' ■ n r, for C *i*to Wr.r<1 ^o p M.'Vh.ti Sieklen 
for South Ward. 

City Engineer.-— Yolnev G. Barbour. 

Superintendent or Water. — Paul T. Sweet. 

City Grand Jurors.— Clerks E. All-rii, Wilbr L. Burrivp. 

Assessors. -Green D. Weller, S. M. Pop-, Alouzo W. 
Allen. 

Fence Viewers. — F. J. Hendee, Edward J. Fay. 

Inspector oe Leather. — Henry Green. 

Sealer of Weights and Measures.— Willard A. Tyler. 

Pound-Keeper. — Edward Smith. 

Hay ward. — Edward Sm itli. 

Superintendent of City Market. — Wesley C. Drew. 

Janitor of City Hall Building. — Hiram S. White. 

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North Ward.— Warden, Louis Diette ; Clerk, William H. 
Viekery : Irspectors of Election, Jewell Lawrence, Joseph 
Langlois, Walter S. Vincent. 



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Centre Ward. — Warden, Amos C. Spear : Clerk, Horace 
L. Looinis ; Inspectors of Election, Henry J. Nelson, Dan 
Lyon, James B. Scully. 

Sor-rn Ward.— Warden, John Brooks ; Clerk, Frederick 
II. Wilkins ; Inspectors of Election. Edward -Murphy, Henry 
C. Johnson. James E. ItnsselL 



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Cixrk.— iVilliam H. Hoot. 



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CITY SCHOOLS. 
Superintendent. — John H. French, (appointed by the 
Board c£S :hool Commissioaers and confirmed by the Board 
of Aldermen.) 

Board of School Commissioners. — (Elected by the peo- 
ple.) 
President. — John IT. French. 
Clerk.— Charles J. Alger.. 
North Ward. — Henry Loomis, Charles J. Alger. 
Centre Ward. — Charles F. Ward, L. L. Lawrence. 
South Waed. — Matthew H. Buekham, George Francis. 

STANDING COMMITTEES. 

School Houses and School Property— Messrs. French, 
Lawrence and Alger. 

Instruction, Text Books and Teachers — Messrs. French, 
Buekham, Ward and Alger. 

Finance and Accounts— Messrs, Lawrence, Loomis and 
Francis. 

Rules and Regulations— Messrs. French, Buekham and 
Alger. 

On New High School Building — Messrs. Lawrence, 
Loomis and Francis. 

Location of School Rouses. — High School, College Street, 
corner of Willard ; South Grammar School. Main Street, 
corner of Union ; East Grammar School, Colchester Avenue ; 
North Grammar School, North Street, corner of Murray ; 
School No. 1 — Ungraded, North Avenue ; No. 2— Intermedi- 
ate and Primary, Champlain Street, near Monroe ; No. 3 — 
Primary, North Street corner of Murray ; No. i — Intermedi- 
ate, and No. -i — Primary, Maiden Lane, near Pearl Street : 
No. 5 — Primary, Colchester Avenue; No. G— Intermediate 
and Primary, near Winoo kiF lis: No. 7— Intermediate, and 
No. 7— Primary, Cherry Str L, west of Champlain ; No. 5 — 
Primary, Champlain Street, south f King : No. 9 — Inter- 
mediate, and No. 9— Primary, Main Street, corner of Union : 
No. 10 — Intermediate and Primary, Intersection of Willard 
and Shelburn Stre< ts. 



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FIRE DEPARTMENT. 
Chief Engineer, OSCAR F. BOSTWIOK. 

Ffrst Assistant. — Charles E. Brooks. 
Second Assistant. — Edward Murphy. 
Third Assistant. — Alexander Crosby. 
Fourth Assistant. — A. K. Cole. 

Boxes Engine Company, No. 3.— Engine Hall, in Court 
House Building, on Church street. Foreman, John W. 
Wardlow ; First Assistant, Hiram S. White ; Second Assis- 
tant, Michael Murphy ; Clerk and Treasurer, H. S. Fuller. 

Ethan Allen Engine Company, No. 4. — Engine Hall, on 
Church Street, north of Court House. Foreman, Charles E. 
Miner ; First Assistant, Albert S. Drew ; Second Assistant, 
Edward F. Lucas ; Clerk and Treasurer, W. E. Weller. 

Volunteer Engine Company. — Engine House, on Pearl 
Street. Captain, L. C Dodge ; Fiist Lieutenant, Henry 
Loornis ; Treasurer, George I. Loomis ; Secretary, Edward 
C. Loomis ; Engineer, James Martin. 

Volunteer Hose Company.— Hose Boom, with Volunteer 
Engine Company, Pearl Street. Foreman, Sayles Nichols ; 
First Assistant, Theo. S. Peck ; Second Assistant, Horace 
L. Loomis ; Clerk and Treasurer, George M. Dodge ; Audi- 
tor, Luther C. Stevens. 

MILITARY. 
FIBST REGIMENT VT. VOLUNTEER INFANTRY. 

Field and Staff Officers. — Colonel. Theodore S. Peck ; 
Lieut. Col., Chas. Wight ; Surgeon, Edward S. Peck ; 
Quartermaster, William Smith ; Quartermaster Sergeant, 
Sanford E. Weston; Coinuiis ary Sergeant, Enos W. Tuft. 

Company A. — 18 men.— Captain, William Cronan ; First 



Lieut, J. F. Hal 



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Company B, — IS men.— Captain, Edward O'Niel 
Lieut., John Kelley ; Second Lieut, M. Hurley. 



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Company C. — 4S men. — Captain, Luther C. Stevens ; First 
Lieut., Edward C. Ryer ; Second Lieut., George H. Kinsley. 

Company D. — IS men.— Capt, M. J. Murphy ; First Lieut., 
Ft. Sheridan ; Second Lieut,, W. Daley. 

First Section Vermont Light Battery. — 15 men. — First 
Lieut. Commanding, Ira J. Flanagan ; Sergeants, Wm. Al. 
Cushinan, Robert AlcCollum. 

CHITTENDEN COUNTY REGISTER. 

Time of holding Courts. — Supreme Court for Chittenden 
County, first Tuesday in January, annually ; County Court 
and Court of Chancery, first Tuesday in April, and fourth 
Tuesday in September, annually. 

COUNTY OFFICERS RESIDENT IN BURLINGTON. 

Judge of Prorate. — Torrey E. Wales, office City Hall 

Register.— R. S. Taft. office City Kail. 

County Clerk. — A. J. Howard, office in Court House. 

County Treasurer.— Edward W. Peck, office E. W. Peck 
& Co.'s store. 

Sheriff and Jailor. — Luman A. Drew, office in Court 
House. 

Dei uty Sheriff.— Franklin Wight, office in Court. House. 

Jail Commissioners. — Charles Russell, J. B. Holk-nbeck, 
Samuel Huntington. 

Masters in Chancery.— T. E. Wales, R. S. Taft, E. R. 
II ird, Daniel Roberts, Charles Russell, George F. Edmunds, 
L. J). Ei glesby, Levi Underwood, B. B. Smalley, G. B. 
Shaw, Willi -.m YV. Walla ;\ L. Cummings, William G. Shaw, 
J cob Mueefc, David French, J. N. Pomeroy, Charles J. 
AJger, H. II. Talcott, R. 11. Start, C. E. Allen, W. L. Bur- 
nap, L. L Lawrence, M. R. Tyler, E. F. Browmll, A. G. 



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Notaries Public. — Vernon P. Noyes, W. H. S. Whitcomb, 
S. M. Pope, C. W. Woodhouse, C. A. Sumner, Wm. H. 
Kr?rfr E«4wnrd \. Jewett, Alex. G. Watson, Edwin 0. Wires, 
H. H. Doolittle, M. P. Skeels, C, F. Ward, Sam'l A. Drew, 
H. H. Talcott, Wm. E. Hazen, Enos W. Taft, Danl Kern, 
Jr., Robert J. Wright. 

Justices of the Peace. — Torrey E. Wales, Wm. G. Shaw, 
L. P>. Englesby, Nathaniel Parker, L. L. Lawrence, Calvin 
Blodgett, J. B. Hollenbeck, E. J. Fay, E. W. Chase, A. A. 
Drew, Charles Russell, Ira Russell, Lyman Cunrmiugs, 
Carolus Noyes. 

BANKS. 

Mehchants' National Bank.— North side City Hall Park. 
Capital $700,000. President, Henry P. Hickok ; Vice- Pres- 
ident, S. M. Pope ; Cashier, C. W. Woodhouse ; Tellers, E. 
A. Pope, S. A. Drew, W. E. Hazcn : Directors : H. P. Hickok, 
S. M. Pope, Geo. P. Ednrands, Edward Lyman, Geo. Mor- 
ton, L. P>. Piatt, E. W. Peck. 

Howaed National Bank, corner Church and Bank 
streets. Capital >200,O00. President, Lawrence Barnes ; 
Vice-President, F. M. Van Sicklen ; Cashier, C. A. Sumner; 
Teller, 0'. If. Lawrence : Directors : Lawrence Barnes, F. VI. 
Van Sicklen, J. K. Gates, H. W. Allen, A. C. Spear, E. C. 
Loomis, C. M. Spaulding, F. H. Baldwin, C. Lafountain, 

Buklinoton Sayings Bank. — Corner College aud St. Paul 
streets. President, W. R. Vilas ; Vice-President, N. Barker ; 
Secretary and Treasurer, C. F. Ward ; Trustees, Henry 
Loomis, W. G. Shaw, C. F. Ward, W. L. Strong, A. Brouty, 
A. C. Spear, O. J. Walker ; Committee on Loans, W. G. 
. W. L. Stronar, C. F. Ward. 



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Myron P. Skeels, Romeo H. Start, Robert B. Arms, Urban 
A. Woodbury, Thomas T. Sanborn. 

Ist&tatoxa.— 'Charles G. Pisirer, James Lanrr. George S. 
Worcester, J. S. Spaulding. 

Clerks.— Henry II. Davis, George H. Clark. 

Night Watchmen. — E. W. Loomis, J. E. P. Wright. 

Janttob of Building. — Oliver Lamora. 

Keeper of Light House, Juniper Island. — William Busk. 

Keeper or Burlington Beacon Light. — L. 0. Bliss. 

U. S. INTERNAL REVENUE, THIRD DISTRICT. 

Assistant Assessoe. — Ales. G. Watson, firm of Start & 
Watson, office in Bank Block, College street. 

Collector. —Anson J. Crane, office in Custom House, 3d 
floor. 

Deputy Collector. — George E. Johnson. 



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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT. 

—David A. Smaller, office in Custom House 



floor. 

Clerk. — Bradley B. Smaller, office in Custom House, 3d 
floor. 

POST OFFICE. 

Tost Master.— Geo. Grenville Benedict. 
Assistant Post Master.— Buel J. Derby. 
Clerks. — John II. ±. Peck, Darius Porter. 

UNITED STATES PENSION AGENCY. 

Pension Agent.— John L. Barsfcovr. 

Clep.es. — Charles G. Peterson, Joseph II. Goulding. 

••:'TTT;TT0HS 0? LEARNING. 

ilMONT AND STATE AG1UCUL- 
TUR\L COLLEGE. 

FACULTY— ACADEMIC AND SCIENTIFIC DeTARTMENT. — James 

Burrili Angell, A. M. LL.D., President : Rev. Henry A. P. 
Torrey, A.M., Professor of Moral and Intellectual PI i oso- 



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phy ; Rev. McKendree Potty, A. M., Williams Professor. of 
Mathematics ; Matthew Henry Buekhain, A. M., Professor 
of the Greek Language and Literature, Rhetoric and English 
Tv;t Prfl f nr o • h ,,>-,...- w R[ a ynes, A. M., Professor of Latin ; 
Peter Collier, Ph.D., Professor of Chemistry, Mineralogy 
and Metallurgy ; V. G. Barbour, Professor of Civil Engineer- 
ing ; Geo. IT. Perkins, Professor of Zoology, Botany and 
Geology. 

Faculty — Medical Depaetment.— James B. Angel I, A.M., 
LL.D., President ; Samuel White Thayer, M.D. Burlington, 
Professor of General and Special Anatomy ; Walter Carpen- 
ter, M.D., Burlington, Professor of Theory and Practice of 
Medicine ; A. F. A. King, M.D., Washington, Professor of 
Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children; Peter 
Collier, Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry ; John Ordonnaux, 
M.B., LL.D., New York. Professor of Physiology and Med- 
ical Jurisprudence ; Alpheus B. Crosby, M.D., Hanover, N. 
II., Professor of the Principles and Practice of Surgery, 
Prof. Peter Collier, Burlington, Dean of Medical Faculty. 

VERMONT EPISCOPAL INSTITUTE. 

r.OCK POINT. 

Principal, Rev. Theo. A. Hopkins. 

BURLINGTON FEMALE SEMINARY. 

Principal, Lev. J. K. Converse. 

ST. JOSEPH'S ORPHAN ASYLUM. 

Cor. Pearl and Tut tie Sts. 

In charge of the Sisters of Charity, numbering 12. Superior, 

Sister Theresa of Jesus. 

ST. MARY'S SCHOOL. 

St. Paul Street, near Cherry. 

Direct- d hy V. •■ of St. J - ph's .-Whim. The eel " 

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ST. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL. 

Gough Street, near French Catholic Church. 

Matron, Miss Theresa Lambert. 



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RELIGI0U3 SOCIETIES IK BURLINGTON. 









When founded ; Names of the first and present Pastors, 
a-au Jl.-v.- of ooitieiiieiit of present rastor. 

Fiest Congregational, White Strce f , head of Cherry. 
F n d< 1 in 1805. First Pastor, Rev. Daniel Haskell ; pre- 
sent Pastor. Rev. E. H. Griffin, settled February 6, ISCS. 
Superintendent of Sunday School, F. G. Coggin. 

Thied Congregational, College Street, corner of Union. 
Founded in 18G0. First and present Pastor, Rev. George 
P. Safford, settled December 20, 18G0. Superintendent of 
Sunday Scho 1. P. L. Benedict. 

Unitarian, Pearl Street, head of Church. Founded 1310. 
First Pastor, He v. Samuel Clark; present Pastor, Rev. L. 
G. Ware, settled Nove" c 4 , 18G3. Superintendent of Sun- 
day School, Henry H. Davis. 

St. Paul's, (Protestant Episcopal,) St. Pauf Street, be- 
tween Bank and Cherry Str< ets. Founded 1S31. First.Pas- 
tor, Rev. George T. Chapman, D.D. Rev. F. E. At-will, 
Rector; installed November 5, 18G7. Superintendent of 
Sunday Scho : . C tries E. Allen. 

Baptist, St. Paul Street, between College and Bank 
Streets. Found d in 1S30. First pastor, Rev. Mr. Norris ; 
present Pastor, Rev. F; tnson A. Wilcox, settled April 25, 
i- 7. Superintendent of Sunday School, S. Bigwood. 

Methodist, White Street, near Bank. Founded in 1817. 
First Pastor, Rev. Enoch Levinga ; present Pastor, Rev. D. 
W. Gates. S perintendent of Sunday School, Edward 

Paul Street. Founded in 1830. First Priest, Rev. Jeremiah 
O'Callaghan; ptescnt Priest, Very Rev. Thomas Lynch. 



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St. Joseph's Roman Catholic, (French), Gough Street. 
Founded 1842. Present Priest, Rev. 11. Cardinal. 

Berean Mission, Ch ipel corner College audWater Streets, 
Services cwry Sunday at 3:30 p.m., under the direction of 
the Baptist Church. 

MASONIC BODIES." 

Masonic Hall, St. Paul Street, West Sid:-: Park. 

Grand Lodge, F. & A. M.— Park Davis, St. Albans, Grand 
Master; Henry Chirk. Rutland, Grand Secretary. 

Grand Chapter. — Edward A. Jewett, Burlington, Grand 
High Priest ; W. IT. S. Whitconib, Burlington, Grand Sec- 
retary. 

Grand Council, R. & S. M.— Edward S. T)ana ; Cornwall, 
Grand Master ; W. II. S. Whitcomb, Burlington, Grand 
S< cretary. 

Grand Coitmandery, H. T. — Russell S. Tafc, Burlington, 
Grand Commander ; W. H. S. Whitcomb, Grand Recorder. 

Washington Lodge, No. 3, F. and A. Masons. — Regular 
Communications, on the first Wednesday of every month at 
■"} P. H. Officers : Charles W. Woodhouse, W. M.; Win. 
Brinsmaid, S. W. : John H. Brooks, J. W ; Louis II. Turk. 
Treasurer ; W, II. S. Whitcomb, Secretary ; Charles W. 
Wingate, S. I).; Albert S. Brew, J. D. ; Andrew McGafiy, 
Cyrus P. Currier, Stewards ; Cyrus P. Currior, Tyler. 

Burlington Chapter^ No, 3, R. A. Id. — Regular Convo- 
cations on the 3rd Wednesday of every month, at 7.1 o'clock, 
P.M. Officers.— Homer M. Phelps, M. E. II. P.; Or- 
luoud Cole, P. Iv. ; William Brinsmaid, E. S. ; Louis H. 
Turk, Tr< isurer : W. FI. S. Whitcomb, Secretary ; Abner 

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Burlington Council, . No. 5, R. and S. SI. — Regular 
Conventions on the fourth Wednesdays of February, May, 
August and November, at 7.1 o'clock, P. M. Officers. — 
Ormond Cole, T. I. G. M. ; Russell S. Tart, R, I. G. M. ; 
A^nc -v*.. ^. . -.., -.. ^.. - -. , 'ii.ii^.L i>i.*ni.->iUiiiiu., xruasurex' , 
W. H. S. Whitcomb, "Recorder; George O. Tyler, P. C. ; 
Frank Jubell, G. of G. ; Cyrus P. Currier, Tyler. 

Bi rlington Commandehy, No. 2, K. T. — Regular Con- 
claves on the third "Wednesday of every month, at 7.1- o'clock, 
P. M. Officers : Edward A". Jewett, E. C. ; Ormond Cole, 
Gen.; William Brinsmaid, C. G. ; Russell S. Taft, PreL; 
Theo. S. Peck, S. W. ; < ! so. 0. Tyler, J. W. ; Luman A. Drew, 
Treasurer; "W. II. S. Whitcomb, Recorder ; William W. 
Henry, St. B.; Ed. E. Gr^enleaf, S\v P.; Charles G. Pe- 
terson, W. ; D. A. Van Namee, Jr., Robert C. Rowe, Frank 
Jubell, Capt'ns of the Guard ; James Urquhart, Sentinel. 

Haswell Lodge or Perfection. — A. & A. S. Rite. — 
P \ ular Meetings on the first Thursdays of January, March. 
May, July, September and November. Officers. — Phineas 
I). Ballon, T. P. G. M. ; Edward A. Jewett, I). G. M. ; William 
Brinsmaid, V. S. G. W. : Russell 8. Taft, V. J. G. W.; 
Joseph W. Roby, G. 0.; Luman A. Drew, G. T. ; George H. 
BIgelow, G. S. ; Lemuel B. Piatt, Jr., G. K. S : D. A. Van 
Namee, Jr., G. SI. ■ fC.; George O. Tyler, G. C. of G. ; Lu- 
man A. Drew, G. II.: Emery Town, G. T. 
ODD FELLOWS. 
Hall in Bank Block, College Street. 

Gi:een Mountain Lodge, No. 1. — Regular meetings on 
Mqiid iy evening of each week. Officers elected quarterly. 

Gf.ezn Mountain Encampment, No. 3.— Regular meetings 
on first ai i third M udav evenings in e ■ - atu OiSeers 
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Si E ' -a, N.-vOMi Lodge. —Meetings on the first 

una third Wednesdays iu each month. Officers elected 
quarterly. 



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Bnrling-ton Young Men's Christian Association. 

Rooms in Park Block, St. Paul Street. Prayer meeting 
at the rooms, Sabbath-day, from 6 to 7 o'clock p.m. Gen- 
tlemen ot* all denominations are cordially invited. 

Officers.— President, M. H. Stone ; Tice-President, S. 
Huntington ; Secretary, Win. E. Hazen ; Treasurer, S. E. 
Weston ; Registrar, E. L. Ripley ; Directors, M. H. Buck- 
ham, Mial Davis, Charle-t K. WeacL 

Young Men's Association. 

Beading Room in the City Hall, containing a choice selec- 
tion of news and literary periodicals, open at all hours of 
the day and evening. 

The Library Is open on Wednesday and Saturday even- 
ings of each week. 

All strangers are cordially invited to visit these rooms at 
their pleasure, while in the city. 

Officers. — President, Rev. L. G. Ware ; Vice-Presidents, 
Luther C. Dodge, Will A. Crombie ; Secretary, E. W. Bur- 
ritt ; Treasurer, Henry C. Tennant ; Managers, T. E. Wales, 
B. B. Smalley, J, H. Gxtes, Win. Brinsmaid, W. W. Henry, 
Wm. EL Root, D. W. Robinson. 

Good Templars. 
Hall in Park Block, St. Paul Street 
CnAMrLAJN Lodge, No. 20. — Regular meetings on Tues- 
day evening of each waek. Officers elected quarterly. 

St. Joseph's Society. 
Monthly meetings on first Wednesday of each month in 
Leavenworth Block, College Street, over T. W. Gregory <fc 
Co's Store. 

Officers.— President, Arsene Nantelle ; Vice-PresideDt, 
L. Duhamel ; Secretary, George Lacour ; Treasurer, H. 
Robillard. 
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Society of St. John Baptist. 

Monthly meeting held in their Hall in Leavenworth Block, 
College Street, first Tuesday of every month. 

Officers. — Oliver Cabana, President; E. Cote, Vice 
President ; E. Cote, Jr., Secretary ; Ilegis St. Pierre, 
Treasurer. 



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St. Peter's Union. 
(Organized 1869.) 

Monthly meetings held in the school room of St. Joseph's 
Church, the first Sunday of every month. 

Officers. — 0. Belmar, President ; Israel Lareau, Vice- 
President ; U. Laberge, Secretary ; Samuel Eeyeau, Treas- 






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(Organized 18G4 — Incorporated 1870. 

Meeting held at St. Mary's Hull, corner St. Paul and 
Cherry Streets, on the first Thursday of each month. 

Officers. — President, John Mclnnerney; Vice-Presidents, 
Andrew Stone, Malachi Stanley ; Eecording Secretary, 
Matthew Collins ; Corresponding Secretary, John Baird ; 
Treasurer, Martin Daily ; Chaplain, Bev. Henry Lane. 

Bands. 

Queen City Cornet Band Association.— Organized March 
2ith, 1869. Instructor, Pro£ J. B. Holmberg ; Leader, Ed. 
T. Paige ; President, II. R. Wing ; Secretary, Nelson White ; 
Treasurer, Euos W. Taft ; Business Committee, H. E. Wing, 
Enos W. Taft. Ed. T. Paige ; Trustees, H. B. Wing, J. P. 
Miller, E. T. Paige, ; Hail, Bank Block, St. Paul St. 

St. Mary's Coenet Band. — Officers of the Association : — 
President, N. J. Tute ; Secretary, T. J. MeMahon ; Treas- 
urer, M. Corcoran ; Leader of the Band, N. J. Tute. 



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Burlington Gas Company. 

Office Peck's Block, College Street. 

Ofticep.s. — President, N. Parker ; Manager, A. A. Har- 
rington. 

The Vermont Life Insurance Company. 

Chartered Oct. 28th, 18G8. Commenced Business Jan- 
uary 1st, 1869. Paid up Guarantee Capital $50,000 00. 
Office Peck's Building, College Street. 

Directors. — Torrey E. "Wales, Sain'l. Huntington, James 
A. Shedd, Bussell S. Taft, Eodney S. Wires, Nathaniel Park- 
er, Jo D. Hatch, F. C Kennedy, Lawrence Barnes, Noah 
Allen, B. S. Nichols, Daniel Pcoberts, William G. Shaw, 
Charles P. Frissell, Edward P. Mndgett, William W. Henry, 
G. Grenville Benedict, L. L. Lawrence, Charles E. Eaton, 
Win. A. Crombie, Edward Barlow, N. T. Merntt D. R. 
Bailey. 

Officers.— Eussell S. Taft, President ; N. T. Merritt, 
Vice-President ; Warren Gibbs, Secretary ; S. W. Thayer, 
M.D., James M. Knos, M.D., Medical Counsel ; Byron A. 
Stevens, Superintendent of Agencies. 



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Abbott Mrs L A, h Green st, between College and Pearl. 

Adams Ed, emp Vt C E E, boards at H W Smith's. 

Adams Fred H, student U V M. 

Adsit A, carpenter, boards with Mrs M Adsit. 

Adsit E S, carpenter, boards with Mrs M Adsit. 

Adsit Mrs Mary, h 73 North st. 

Ainsworth Henry, firm of E W Peck & Co, h Cherry st, be- 
tween Church and White. 

Alapa Frank, emp. W H Mead, h Peru st, near Champlain 

Alapa Miss M, h Hyde st, near N 3rth. 

Alapa Miss T, h Hyde st, near North. 

Alden A F, painter, h 5 Center st. 

Alexander Jas, emp Winooski Woolen Mill, h near Winooski 
bridge. 

Alexander Mrs S C, boards with Mrs C E Doolittle. 

Alger C J, lawyer, office Main st, opposite City Hall, h G 
Murray st. 

Allen & Stone, Furniture and Paper Hangings, Park Block, 
St Paul st. 

Allen Miss A H, teacher, boards with S M Pope. 

Allen A W, h Pearl st, near Willard. 

Allen C B, emp Wm Howe. 

Allen C C, firm Allen & Stone, h corner College end Cham- 
plain sts. 

Allen Chas E, lawyer, and agent for National Life Ins Co, 
office over Merchfcants National Bauk, boards with JD 
Allen. 

Allen Frank P, emp C W Wing ito. 

Allen U F, emp N Allen, board i with N Allen. 






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Allen H W, firm Lyman & Allen, boards with Dr B J Heine- 
berg. 

Allen J D, h corner of Main and High sts. 
Allen Mrs Lyman, h near Winooski bridge. 

AUen Mrs M, h 90 Water st. 

Allen Mrs M L, dealer in Ladies Furnishing Goods, 80 
Chnrch st. 

ALLEN N, dealer in Beady and Custom ma.dk Clothing, 
ILvrs, Caps, and Gent's Furnishing Goods, corner of Col-' 
lege st, and Court House square, h Maiden Lane near 
Pearl st. (See adv.) 

Allen O C, emp E Chittenden. 

Alien Kobert, laborer, h North st, near Locust. 

Allen Wallace, laborer, h Hyde st, near Winooski av. 

ALLIS SOLON M, agt. Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Ma- 
chine, 40 Church st. (See adv.) 

Ambro. G, emp W H Brink, h Lafountain st. 

AMERICAN HOTEL, corner of Main and St Paul sts, H 
II Howe & Co, proprietors. (See adv.) 

Ames Mrs H, boards at 5 Church st. 

Amnell Mrs, h Colchester Avenue, near Winooski bridge. 

Anderson Jas. emp. Kolfe, Tyler & Co. 

Anderson Capt Win, steamer Adirondack, h 15 St Paul st., 
cor. King. 

Andrews Mrs Jane, boards with Mrs K A Peters. 

Ange Peter, laborer, boards with Jo Miron. 

Andgrave John, emp Kilbum & Gates, h Alien st, near 

Locust, r- 
Angell Jas B. President U V M, h High st, near Pearl. 
Anger Albert, emp E Chittenden, boards with E Chittenden. 
ANTHONY, WILLIAMS & CO, Hair Dsessebs and Hair 

Worker*, 3 Church St, (See adv.) 

Anthony A B, firm Anthony, Williams & Co, h Locust st, 

near North. 

Anthon\ Tony, emp steamer Oakcs Ames, h Locust st, near 
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Appleton G F, emp VtC R. R., boards with G S Appleton. 

Appleton G S, ticket agent Vt C R R, h 26 Maple st. 

Appleton J S, firm Perry & Appleton, h Main st, between 
Pine and Cha-m plain sts. 

Appleton S J, emp J S Appleton, boards with J S Appleton. 

ARBUCKLE &, CO, manfaeturers of Candy and Cigaes, cor- 
ner of Maple and Champlain sts. (See adv.) 

Arbuckle Thomas, firm Arbuckle & Co, boards at Ameri- 
can Hotel. 

'Arill T, laborer, h 1 Drew's lane. 

Arms R B, deputy collector of customs, h 38 Cherry st. 

Armstead Wm F, hair dresser and barber at Van Ness 
House, h Main st, near St Paul. 

Arnold II, emp C W Lippitt & Co, h 57 North st. 

Arnold J, emp Stanton House, h corner of North st and Win- 
ooski av. 

Arnold Robert, saddler, Church st, near Pearl. 

Arthur J A, deputy collector of customs, h North av. 

Arthur L A, student U V M, boards with J A Arthur. 

Ashley A B, dealer in Hour, grain and feed, Peck's Block, 
College st, boards at Van Ness House. 

Ashley J, carpenter, h Winooski av, near North st. 

Ashley B, emp A B Ashley, boards at Stanton House. 

Atwater Rev W W, h Union st, south of Adams. 

Atwater A, carpenter, h 12 Maiden Lane. 

Atwater Dr H If, h SO Pine st. 

Atwill RevE R, rector St Paul's (Episcopal) church, h 29 
Bank st, cor Pine. 

Atwood Levi, 3 City Market, h Church st. between College 
and Bank. 

Austin Curtis, emp E Johnson, boards with L Austin. 

Austin Geo W, emp W S Mayo & Co, h corner Munroe and 
Water sts. 

Austin John, emp Ilolfe, Tyler & Co, h North av. 

Austiu G A, h cur Main and Willard sts. 

Austin Lyman, em|> E Johnson, h 8 White st. 



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Austin T, emp E Johnson, boards with L Austin. 
Avery S C. emp C Blodgett & Son, h 40 Cnerry st. 
Avery T, h Colchester av, near Winooski bridge. 
Aytteg -Toha, emp A K Ballard, h Locust at. near Pearl. 

Babcock E J, h 2 St Paul st. 

Babcock J S, emp G S Blodgett & Co, h Maple st, between 

St Paul and Church sts. 
Ba.jon Mrs B, h East av, near Colchester av. 
Bacon Jas, carpenter, h 16 Maiden Lane. 
Bacon John, emp C B Gray, boards with Mrs J S Ray. 
Bacon Joseph, eating saloon, 29 Church st. 
Bacon Nelson, dealer iu coal, wood and groceries, corner of 

Pearl and Champlain sts. 
Bagley John T, firm Smith &: Bagley, boards with Geo Dorr. 
Bailey HJE, carpenter, h Grant st, between Locust st and 

"Winooski av ; shop Winooski av, near Pearl st. 

Bailey M, boards with HJE Bailey. 

Bain John J, emp Custom House, h Winooski av, near 
North st. 

Baker A F, painter, h Pomeroy st, near Hyde. 

Baker Mrs H, h Elm st, between Adams and Spruce. 

Baker John, laborer, h Elm st, between Adams and Spruce. 

Baker J D, contractor, h 98 Winooski av. 

Baker L R, emp S H Russell, h Hyde st. 

Baker Oliver, h North st, near Locust. 

Baker Thomas, laborer, h Spruce st. 

Baker Wm, emp Van Ness House. 

Balduke Geo, emp Shepard, Davis & Co, h Cham plain st, 

between Pearl and Cherry. 
Baldwin Chas G. emp E C Loomis, h Hyde st, near North. 
Ballard A K, manf & dealer in Earthenware, Pearl st, foot 

of Locust, h Locust st, near Pearl. 
BALLARD HENRY, Lawyeb, office Bank Block, College st, 

h 12 St Paul (See adv.) 

Ballartl Mrs C C, h on road to Red Rock Point near Shel- 
burn st. 



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Ballon C F, student U V M, boards with P D Ballon, 
Ballou P D, h Maple st, near Ckaraplain. 
Banier Fred, shoemaker, h North st bet Locust &, Lafountain. 
IWLftBSR D € & Co, Proprietors Van Ness House, (See 

adv. ) 
Barber D C, firm D C Barber A Co. 
Barber Joseph, emp Burlington Cotton Mill, h near 

Winooski Bridge. 
Barber Philip, emp John Laraora, h Bankst, between Church 

«fc Centre. 
Barber S J, dentist, Church st, corner Bank. 
Barbour V G, Prof U V M, h 40 Cherry st. 
Barker H A, student, U V M, boards with W H H Barker. 
Barker W II K, farmer, h North Ay. 

Barker W P, student, U Y >i, boards with W H H Barker. 
BARLOW EDWARD, Dry Goods Merchant, 156 Church 

st, boards at American Hotel. (See adv.) 

Barlow Sidney, h Willard st near Pearl. 
Barnard Chas, machinist, boards at Allen House cor Church 

& Main sts. 
Barnes Anna, emp II R Howe & Co. 
Barnes A E, emp D Barnes, boards with D Barnes. 
Barnes Daniel, fish market, Main st between Union & Church. 
Barnes Jackson, emp G S Blodgett & Co, h 9 Center st. 
Barnes Lawrence, office Maple st cor Pine, h 170 Mem st, 

cor Prospect. 

Barnes Lawrence, jr, boards with Lawrence Barnes. 

Barney E, laborer, h Lake st near Maiu. 

Barrett O, mason, h Champlain st, bet King and Maple. 

Barritt Peter, carpenter, h North st, between Locust *fc 
Winooski Ay. 

BAKKOWS AUGUSTUS, Deat.ep. in Crockery & Paper 
Hangings, Bank Block, College st, h Maiden Lane. (See 
adv.) 

Barrows A, emp L M Barrows, boards with L M Barrows. 

Barrows A L, grocer, 60 Main st. 



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Barrows Geo, li Maiden Lane near North st. 
Barrows L M, grocer, 64 Church st. , 

Barstow John L, pension agt, office Bank Block, College st, 

h Prtarl st near Water. 
Basnett Joseph, laborer, h 3 Drew's Lane. 
Basselle A, laborer, h Winooski Av, near Pearl st. 
Basses Joseph, emp Shepard, Davis & Co, h Water st, bet 

College & Bank. 
Battiste John, laborer, h 47 Water st. 
Battiste John F, sailor, h Lake st, near Main. 
Battiste Oliver, laborer, h 47 Water st. 
Batty R, emp G L Linsley. h Pearl st, near Tuttle. 
Bayard John, emp H J Nelson, boards with Mrs J S Ray. 
Beach S, plain & fancy baker, College st near Center, h 11 

King st. 
Bean C, grocery, Water st near Maple. 
Beam Louisa, emp Burlington Cotton Mill, boards at B C M 

boarding house. 
Beauchamp Henry, emp Shepard, Davis & Co, h King st, 

near Water. 
Beauchemin R, emp Lyman & Allen. 
Beandoin E L. barber, basement of Stanton House. 
Beaulieu Louis, emp S Beach, h North st. 
Beaupre A, carpenter, h Rose st, near North Bend. 
Beaupre Clement, carpenter, h between Allen & North. 
Beaupre Fred, einj) Vincent & Taft. 
Beaupre Oliver, ship carpenter, h Winooski Av, between 

Grant & North sts. 
Beaupre L, laborer, boards with Mr. Kerville. 
Beaupre T, emp Smith & Bagley. boards with S Martelle. 
Beaurail Lewis, h New road near Winooski bridge. 



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igard Loui^, grocer, Champlain st near North. 



Beaiivaia Joseph, emp Shepard, Davis & Co, h Water st 

between College & Bank. 

Beanvais Peter, emp Shepard Davis 5c Co, Water st, 
between College and Bunk. 



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Beckwith D L, emp G W Beckwith, h 10 Shelburn st. 
BECKWITH GEO W, dealeb in Coal and Wood, office 

South Dock, h 5 Church st, (See adv.) 

Bedord David, laborer, h Spring st, near North Beud. 
Bedord Felix, emp Kilburn & Gates, h Cham plain st, be- 
tween Pearl and Cherry. 
Beebe Almira, emp Burlington Cotton Mill, boards at B C 

M boarding house. 
Beebe C L, emp Henry & Johnson, boards with "Win W 

Henry. 
Beebe Maria, emp Burlington Cotton Mill, boards at B C 

M boarding house. 
Beedis Chas, laborer, h Locust st, north of North st. 
BeLur Amelia, saloon, corner of Water and Maple sts. 
Benai Jerry, emp C Blodgett&Son, h North st, near Nonh av. 
Benedict B L, Treasurer Free Press Association, boards with 

G W Benedict. 
Benedict G G, Post Master and Editor Free Press & Times, 

h 13 Willard st. 
Benedict G W, h Green st near Pearl. 
Benedict Henry T, emp Siiepard Davis & Co, h 10 Maiden 

Lane. 
Benns Chas, h Main st, between Church and White, 
Berg Jerry, h Cham plain st, near King. 
Bergeron Julius, carpenter, h Allen st, near Locust. 
Berry G, h Lafountain st, near North Bend. 
Bortinguett Louis F, sailor, h Water st, between North and 

Munroe. 
Bertrand Jos A, caq>entcr, h 30 North st. 
Bertrand Peter, laborer, h Champlain st, near Munroe. 
Bertrand Stephen, carpenter, h 35 Pearl st. 
Bessett Albert, baker, h Willard st, near Shelburn. 
Bessett Francis, butcher, h 24 Water st. 
Bessett Jos, city carter, h Willard st, near Shelburn. 
Bessett Peter, butcher, h Main st, between Church and 

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Betty Jas, laborer, h 5 Water st. 

Bevius Edgar, ernp C L Nelson, h near Winooski bridge. 

Bicknell Alfred, boards with H Mead. 

PigeW Geo H, City Editor Free Press and Timet, h 3 

Church st. 
Bigelow Dr Thomas, boards at Van Ness House. 
Bigelow L L, h 3 Church st. 

Billings Geo A. clothier, 78 Main st, h 40 St Paul st. 
Bills Geo,. era p Vt C K B, h Champlain st, south of Maple. 
Bingham Emma, erap Burlington Cotton Mill, boards at 

B C M boarding house, 
Bingham Jas, shoemaker, h 96 St Paul st. 
Bingham Mrs J, h Pearl st, neai Green. 
Bishop Mrs S J, grocery store, 129 Church Bt, h Cherry 

st between Church and White. 
Bixby Hira L, photographer, cor Church and Bank sts, 

boards with A B Seaver. 
Black G, teamster, h 39 Union st. 
Black Paul, h Kose st, near North. 
Blackmail Miss C, h cor St Paul and Bank sts. 
Blackman Mrs D, h Union st, near Howard. 
Blackman Win A, einp B Turk & Bro, h Shelburn st, near 

Howard. 
Blair & Smith, dry goods merchants, Church st, between 

Bank and Cherry. 
Blair A H, firm BLiir &. Smith, h Locust st, near North. 
Blair Jos, emp Shepard, Davis & Co, boards with Mr Fuger. 
Blair Martin, emp Bolfe, Tyler & Co, h Locust st, near In- 
terval av. 
Blake E B, emp Kilbura & Gates, boards at 27 Union st 
Blanc Gilbert, teamster, h Locust st, near Interval av. 
Blanc O, h Champlain st, near North Bend. 
Blanc W, city carter, h Locust st, near Interval av. 
Blanchard A J, emp Peck & Johonnott. 
Blanchard Jos, einp Shepard Davis & Co, h New road. 
Blanchard W S, emp Vt C K E, h North st near Winooski av. 



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Blethen J N, emp Shepard Davis & Co, h Chaniplain st, 

near Pern. 
Blight A, carpenter, boards with N White. 
Blinn Mrs A, h North st, between Winooski av a id Maiden 

Lane. 

Blinn C, emp C L Nelson, h near Winooski bridgj. 

Blinn Euos, h Pearl st, between Maiden Lane and Willard st. 

Blinn Miss L A, h Decatur st. 

Blinn Miss E E, dress maker, boards with Mrs A Blinn. 

Blinn W N, emp A G Strong, boards with A G St:ong. 

Bliss Amos, h corner of Champlain and Bank st. 

Bliss Miss II J, teacher, h Maiden Lane, between Pearl and 
Grant sts. 

Bliss L C, light house keeper at Breakwater, h 84 Cham- 
plain st. 

Bliss Wm H, student U V M, 10 North College. 

Brock Ckas, emp "Walker Bros. 

Blodgett Chas, emp Yt C B B, boards with Mr. Montgomery. 

BLODGETT C A SON, Luiiui-nt Merchants, office north Vt 
Central depot (See adv.) 

Blodgett Calvin, firm C Blodgett & Son, h Main st,, near 
Uuion. 

Bloilgett Calvin H, Urm C Blodgett &Son, h Union st, corner 
of Maple. 

Blodgett Geo, emp Vt CEE, boards with Wm LUhrop. 

BLODGETT G S & Co, Pltjmbebs & Dealees in Stoves 

and Patent Ovens, College st, near Church. (See adv.) 

Blodgett G S, firm G S Blodgett & Co, h White st, head of 
Bank. 

Blodgett Luther P, h 2G College st, 

Blondm John, carpenter, h Winooski av, near Maiden Lane. 

Blondin Philip, carpenter, h Winooski av, near Maiden Lane. 

B Ion din Wm, carpenter, corner College and Center sts, h 

102 Winooski av. 
Blood Hiram, grocer, Church st, near Pearl, h Locust st, 

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Blood Ciias, emp II Blood, boards with II Blood. 

Blunt N W, h 50 Maiden Lane. 

Bodette A, h Pattee's building, Main st. 

Boehuie Henry, laborer, h North st, between Goch and Hyde. 

Boissy J B, blacksmith, h 93 Winooski av. 

Bol gar Jas, carpenter, 123 Champlain st. 

Bollio Theodore, emp Vt C R R, h Bright st, near Wi- 
nooski av. 

Bolton J H, emp Winooski flouring mill, h near Winooski 
bridge. 

Bolton Stephen H, emp Burlington cotton mill; b near Wi- 
nooski. 

Bonnevalle C, carpenter, h North st near Fair Ground. 

Bonier Louis, emp Kilburn & Gates, h 15 Lafotmtain st. 

Booth A M, machinist, h Main st, between Church & Union. 

Booth Geo, laborer, boards at 43 Sheibum st. 

Bordeau Jos, circus performer, h foot of Pine st. 

Bordick Mitch el, carpenter, Water st, near North. 

Bostwick Mrs A, h Muuroe st, between Champlain & Water. 

Bostwick Geo II, blacksmith, h Munroe st, between Cham- 
plain & Water. 

Bostwick Geo F, blacksmith, Church st near Pearl. 

Bostwick F, emp II J Nelson, h Champlain st between 
Munroe and Peru. 

Boudry Peter, emp Kilburn & Gates, h Maiden Lane near 
North st. 

Bouthilet A, emp Shepard, Davis & Co, h North st, near 
Water. 

Boudry Peter, butcher, 24 Water st. 

Boule Joseph, mason, h 9 Spring st. « 

Bourgard Peter, painter, h Lafountain st. 

Bowen C, h Lafountain st near North. 

Boweji W H, laborer, h New Road near Goch st. 

Bowen Samuel, painter, h King st near Water. 

Bowles A K, emp H Roby Bros, h 27 George st. 

Bowman Miss E S, teacher, boards with G S Blodgett 



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Boyle John T, emp Free Frets Office, h Locust st near Allen. 
Bracken Dan R, enip B S Nichols & Co, h Charnplain st near 

North. 
Brackett Wm, laborer, boards at Stanton House. 
Bradley Misses, hair workers, Baxter's Block, College st. 
Bradley Miss M F. firm Misses Bradley. 
Bradley Geo H, civil engineer, boards with J H Peek. 
Bradley Miss H, boards with J H Feck. 
Bradley Mrs John, boards with Mrs E Piatt. 
Bradley Miss J E, firm of Misses Bradley. 
Bradshaw J V, emp M S Storrs, boards at M D Field's. 
Brady P B, farmer, h interval north of New Road. 
Bragg Mrs II, h Cherry st, near Church. 
Braveau B, mason, h 5 Drew's Lane. 
Bra win John, laborer, h North st near North Ay. 
Bray Joseph, emp Gus Co, h Charnplain st near North. 
Bray ton L, emp Arbuckle & Co, boards with J L Stinson. 
Breel F, emp Yt C It K, h Peru st near Charnplain 
Breman John, carpenter, boards with Mrs S C Kay. 
Breno Chas, emp Woolen Mill, h New Road near AYinooski 

bridge. 

Brewster Joseph, emp Kiiburn & Gates, boards with Mr 
Geru. 

Bridgeman M, emp City, h Charnplain st, near Pern. 

BRINK & CO, Ikon Founijep.s, Pioneer Buildings. (See adv.) 

Brink "W IT, firm Brink i: Co, h \)S Fine st. 

Brmsniaid & Hildreth, jewelers, 149 Church st. 

Brinsmaid J E, jeweler, Church st near College, h 30 

Winooski Av. 
Briusmaid "Wnj, firm Brim-maid & Hildreth. h Maiden Lane 

near Nortji st. 
Brio E, carpenter, h North st near Locust. 
Brisbin F W, emp J S Halbert, boards with J S Haibert. 
Brockway II, firmer, on Red Rock Point. 
Bronson Mrs S, h 60 Cherry st. 
Brooks C. emp J Brooks & Co, boards with J Brooks. 






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Brooks J, firm J Brooks & Co, h cor Pine and King sta. 

Brooks J H, firm J Brooks & Co, h City Hotel Building, 
Main 1 t. 

Brother Joseph, laborer, h Drew's Lane. 

Brow John 1), butcher, h 16 Water st. 

Brown Mrs. A, boards at Lawrence House. 

Brown C "W, grocery, Union st near Shelburn. 

Brown Edmund, h Allen st near Murray. 

Brown Louis, pedlar, h Rose st near North Bend. 

Brown Mrs Mary, h corner of Locust and Grant st. 

Brown Mrs M C, h Main st, near Water. 

Brown Miss N J, h 70 North st. 

BROWN N K, proprietor Brown's Bronchiaes, h Maiden 
Lane near North st. (See adv.) 

Brown S S, h Central Block, Church st. 

Brown Wm, emp Yv T m Howe, h Champlain st, near Peru. 

BROWN ELL E F, lawyer, office Court House. (See adv.) 

Brownell Jas, emp Vt C R R, h Champlain st, near Pearl. 

Brownell W M, emp S Beach, boards with Mrs Peters. 

Brunell Francis, h North Bend near Lafountain st. 

Brunell F, city carter, 5± North st. 

Brunette Jos, pedler, h Hyde st, near Winooski av. 

Brunette Peter, surveyor of lumber, h Champlain st, be- 
tween Pearl and Cherry. 

Brusaw Fred, emp A Drew, boards with A Drew. 

Bryant Chas, emp S Beach, h Center st. 

Buchannan Geo, ernp Shepard Davis & Co, h Water tt, 
near Cherry. 

Backhaul Rev Jas, h Main st, near Tuttle. 

Buckham M H, Prof U V M, h Tuttle street, near Main. 

Buckley Wm, emp Wm Scott, h 40 Shelburn st. 

Buckley W L, emp Wm Scott. 

Buckwheat Nelson, emp Chase & Smith, h near Winooski 
bridge. 

Buell Mrs E W, h 00 Pearl st. 



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Bailey John, h North Bend near "Water st. 

Bullick Wm, sailor, h Union st, near Spruce. 

Bullis M, boards at Van Ness House. 

Bnafeev V l. *r>p Kilburn & Gates, h Water st, near North. 

Burbank Miss A A, h head of Main st. 

Barbank Miss M A, h head of Main st. 

Burgess T F, emp Express Co, boards with W Henderson. 

Burke Mary, h Locust st, near North. 

Burke M, emp G W Beckwith, h Hose st, near North. 

Burlington Cotton Mill, near Winooski bridge. 

Burlington Manufacturing Co. office 17 Maple st. 

Burnar> WL, lawyer, office over Merchants National Bans, h 
112 Pearl st. 

Burnett Mrs Jas H, h 77 Pearl st. 

Burnett H, glazier, corner of College and St Paul st, h 17 

Pearl st. 

Burnor John, laborer, h 2 North Bend. 

Burns Edward, emp J Mitchell & Son, boards at Murphy's 
Hotel. 

Burns John, laborer, h Water st, between College and Main. 

Burns John, laborer h Union st, near Shelburn. 

Burns M, teamster, h 30 Peru st. 

Burns Miss M A, dressmaker, 01 Church st. 

Burns P, emp G L Linsley. 

Burr Mrs H, h Shelburn st, near Willard. 

Burritt Mrs C, h. 31 North st 

Buvritt Chas T, emp Vt C freight office, h Locust st, near 
Pearl. 

Burritt Mrs C W, h King st, between Church and St Paul. 

BURRITT E W, Druggist and Apothecary, boards with 

Mrs C W Burritt. (See adv.) 

Burritt F W, emp E W Burritt, boards with Mrs C W Burritt. 

Burt L, carpenter, h Winooski av, near North Benb 

Busheau John, emp Chase & Smith, h 13 Decatur st. 

Bushma T, emp G W Beckwith. 

Bushnell E W, Ins Agt, office Bank Block, College st, boards 
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Bussean J, painter, b. Champlain st, between Pine and 

Cherry. 
Butler MissE, boards with John Kelley. 
Butler John H, emp Peck Bros, boards with Mrs Johnson. 
Butler Pat, emp Shepard Davis & Co, h 36 Water st. 
Butler Peter, laborer, h near Mark's Bay. 
Butler Tom, laborer, boards at 5 Water st. 
Butler Tom, emp Vt C R E, h corner Water and Bank sts. 
Buttles Helen, boards with E. P. Pvoberts. 
Byron Francis, boards at Mrs Garrow's. 

Cachou John, emp Vt C It R, h Champlain st, between Col- 
lege and Maiu. 

Cadarett Louis, laborer, h Locust st, near North. 

Cady & Brother, candy manf, Pearl st, near Pine. 

Cady D C, firm Cady & Bro, h 45 Pearl st. 

Cady E W, firm Cady & Bro, h 15 Pearl st. 

Cain John, laborer, h Shelburn st, near Adams. 

Cain M, shoemaker, h 35 Champlain st. 

Cain Tom, emp Shepard, Davis & Co, h North av, near North 
Bend. 

Calligan Jas, laborer, h North st, near North av. 

Calkins Geo B, emp, Chase & Smith, boards 43 Shelburn st. 

Cameron Peter, carpenter, h near Winooski bridge. 

Cameron Wm, h near Winooski bridge. 

CAMPBELL W J deai.eb in Confectionery and Toys, 51 
Bank st. (See adv.) 

Canaeld Thomas H, h Rock Point. 

Cannon Mrs C, h Interval av, near North st. 

Cannon Le G B, h Tattle st, south of Maple. 

Cannon Pat, emp Vt C E R, h George st, near Peru. 

Cannon Sarah, emp N Parker. 

Capeau Ed, emp Kolfe Tyler & Co, h corner of Champlain 
and Peru sts. 

Cardinal Rev Harvey, pastor French Catholic church, h 
Goch st. 



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Carlin John, h foot Piue st. 

Carlton Charles, emp G I Hagar, boards with Mrs E Carl- 
ton. 

Carlton Mrs E, house St Paul st, between College and Bank. 

Carpenter Dr B W, boards with Dr W Carpenter. 

Carpenter J W, h 100 St Paul st. 

Carpenter Dr W, h 72 Pearl st. 

Carter P, emp Smith k Bagley, h 26 North st. 

Case Eusebe, painter, h Champlain st, near North. 

Casey Dan, emp Mrs M C Wheeler, h corner of Main and 
Tuttle sts. 

Casey Jas, emp Shepard Davis & Co, h Water st, near 
North. 

Cashan A, h near Winooski bridge. 

Cashman John, boards with Mrs Kay. 

Cassidy John, emp D C Barber & Co. 

Cassidy Mary, emp N Parker. 

Cassion John, plumber, boards with Mrs Kay. 

Castelio B J, firm Malley & Castello, boards at Van Ness 
House. 

Castle C A, Ins Agt, h Center st 

Castle C A Jr, emp Lyman & Allen, boards with C A Castle. 

Caswell A, emp Vt C K R, boards with Wm Lathrop. 

Caswell Jas, boards with Mrs Ray. 

Caswell Francis, carpenter, h Champlain st, between Main 
and King. 

Catlm C A, student U V M, boards with II W Catlin. 

Catlin H W, h Colchester av, near East av, 

Catlin P II, stone dealer, h Shelburn st, near Wiilard. 

Catlin K 31, student U V 31, boards with II W Catlin. 

Cattesse John, h Ko^e st, near North. 

Cavenaugh 0, emp Wing &, Smith, h Champlain st, near 
North. 

Caver Lake, emp Walker Bros, h Spruce st. 

Cavalier Ellas, emp S Beach, h Champlain st, near North. 

Cawley Martin, emp Yt C K K, h Allen st, near Locust, 



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Celley H B, emp S C Kimball & Co, boards with N R Celley. 

Celley J W, enip Rolfe Trier & Co, h Water fit, near North. 

Celley Nelson E, emp S C Kimball & Co, h Bright st 

GbamJaaaftaa E, h 31 North st. 

Chambeau Chas, emp Vt C R R, h 16 Water St. 

Chambeau John, laborer, h -i Drew'i Lane. 

Chambeau Mary, h 4 Drew's Lane. 

Chamberlin J S, emp Shepard Davis & Co, h Winoobki av. 

Chamberlin Henry, conductor Vt C R R, h 6 Maiden Lane. 

Chamberlin N E, emp Ed Barlow- 
Chandler Mrs B, h Center st. 

Champaign O, emp B Turk & Bro, h corner Main and Cham- 
plain sts. 

Champaign T, h Water st, near North. 

Chaphutt N, emp Kilburn & Gates. 

Chapman John, emp Perry & Appleton. 

Chapman -J R, student U V M, h North College. 

CHASE & SMITH, manufacturers Sash, Doors, Blinds, 
&c, Pioneer Buildings. (See adv. ) 

Chase E W. firm Chase & Smith, h near Winooski bridge. 

Chase Geo, emp Vt C II R, h Front st near North. 

Chase Geo W, emp Chase & Smith, h near Winooski bridge. 

Chase Geo W, emp S Huntington, boards with S Huntington. 

Chase H G. emp E H Payn, boards with Mrs Bay. 

Chase J W, painter, Bank st near St Paul, boards with S 
Walker. 

Chase 11 W, boards with Mrs H. B. Stacy. 

Chauvin Jos, grocer, 16 City market, h 16 White st. 

Chaveau C, h Winooski av near North st. 

Chausey E, shoemaker, h Winooski av near North st. 

Chaver Albert F, emp F E Simonds & Co, boards with Sirs 
LA Hull 

Chelsea Wm, emp A K Ballard. 

Chester R, emp C Blodgett & Son, boards at 31 Maple st. 

Childs James, ship carpenter, h Willard st near Shelburn. 

Chilton G S, carpenter, h 12 Maiden Lane. 



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Chiott Henry, sailor, h Champlain st, bet Maple and King. 

Chittenden Eli, proprietor Queen City Laundry, h 33 Col- 
lege st corner Pine. 

ChaiwLaaette H C, painter, h Pearl st near Goeh. 

Church Mrs B A, h Munroe st between Water and Cham - 
plain. 

Church F A, enip Vt C P R h Cherry st between Water and 
Champlain. 

Church Geo W. boards at Allen House. 

Church John, emp C L Nelson, h Front st near North. 

Church Mrs Geo W, h North st near Maiden Lane. 

Clapp PeWitt, emp Vt C E Ii> boards with Mrs Pay. 

Clapp Mrs L M, boards with Mrs C E Doolittle. 

Clarcy John E, emp Peck Bios, boards with Mrs Fay. 

Clark A H, h 12 White st 

Clark Chas F, upholsterer snd cabinetmaker, 39 Church st. 

Clark Ed, emp Vt C P P. boards with Wm Lathrop. 

Clark Francis, emp B S Nichols & Co, h 36 Pearl st. 

Clark Geo H, clerk Custom House, boards at Van Ness 
House. 

Clark Mrs Jane, h 2G George st. 

Clark John, carpenter, h Water st, between Munroe and 

North. 
Clark J D, emp C Blodgett & Son, boards with Mr. Phelps. 

Clark M, grocer, h Champlain st, between Pearl and Cherry. 

Clark M, laborer, h corner Champlain and Pearl sts. 

Clark Mrs Nancy, h Centre st. 

Clark P, h Pose st, near Nsarth. 

Clark Mrs II M, emp Free Press, h 8 Church st. 

Clark Stephen, teamster, h Water st, between Munroe and 

North. 
Clark Wm H, student V V M, boards with II W Catlin. 

Clarkson John L. carpenter, h 88 North st. 

Clay John, livery stable, 38 Water st. 

Clinch Ed, emp Vt C It It, h Champlain st, near North. 

Goran Martin, laborer, h corner Charoplain and Bank sts. 



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Clough Chas, emp C B Gray, h Champlain st, between Pearl 
and Cherry. 

Clure John, carpenter, h Locust st, near North. 

Qpbb A. If, emp Wheelock*. Griffin, boards with J N Bletben. 

Cobb Frank P, emp Shepherd Davis & Co, boards with J N 
Bletben. 

Coffee Thomas, laborer h Shelburn st, near Willard. 

Coffee Wm, laborer, h between Willard and Tuttle sts. 

Coggin Geo, machinist, 38 Cherry st. 

.Coggin Fred G, firm B S Nichols Sc Co, b north side battery. 

Cogswell A B, emp Henry & Co, boards with F C Dewey. 

Colberth B, h Champlain st. between Main and King. 

Colberth Geo. emp A Laduke. 

Colburn Dan, carpenter, fa 72 Winooski av. 

Cole A K, dry goods and groceries, Church stnear Pearl. 

Cole F W, emp Shepard Davis & Co, boards with Mrs M 
Cole. 

Cole G F, emp B, S Styles, boards with Mrs Gray. 

Cole Mrs Morton, h 00 Pine st, corner Cherry. 

Cole Dr. Matthew, h Locust st, near Grant. 

Collier John A, student U V M, North College. 

Collier Peter, professor U V 31, North College. 

Collins Andrew, emp J A Arthur, h near Rock Point. 

Collins Frank, insurance agent, boards with Wm Lathxop. 

Collins H A, boards with Mrs L Collins. 

Collins James, laborer, li Water st, south of Maple. 

Collins John, emp Henry & Co, h East av near Colches- 
ter av. 

Collins Mrs L, h near Winooski bridge. 

Collins L W, insurance agent, boards with Wm Lathrop. 

Collins M, laborer, h 31 Shelburn st. 

Collins M, laborer, h Shelburn st near Willard's ledge. 

Collins P, laborer, h G Elm st. 

Collins T, miller, h East av near Colchester av. 

Collison- Geo F. machinist, h corner George and Munroe sts. 



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Collison Mrs G F, milliner, Church st between College and 

Bank. 
Coher Mrs J, board.-, with B Turk. 
Conant A F, eaip Miner, Pope & Co, boards with Mrs E 

Carlton. 
Conger H R, firm Drew &, Conger, boards with A Drew. 
Conger Win P, emp Drew and Conger, boards with A Drew. 
Connolly P J, emp G S Blodgett & Co, h Champlain at near 

Maple. 
Connolly Pat, laborer, h 4 Cherry st. 
Conner. Mrs C A, h junction of Union and Shelburn sts. 
Connerth John, h Champlain st near North Bend. 
Continental Ferotype Co, Central Block, Church st. 
Contremarche Jos, emp H J Nelson, h St. Paul st between 

Pearl and Cherry. 

Converse &, Cushman, meat market, 7 City market. 

Converse Frank, firm Converse & Cushman, boards with J 
K Converse. 

Converse Rev J K, principal Young Ladies' Seminary 2 
Church st. 

Conway, Thos, emp B S Nichols & Co, h Cherry st between 

Pine and Champlain. 

Cook Mrs Bridget, h Water st between Munroe and North. 

Cook John, emp Vt C K R, h Shelburn st near Kilburn & 
Gatea' mill. 

Cook M, emp Vt C E R, h Shelburn st. 

Cooley Mrs P A, h 3-i White st. 

(' ►on Ed, mason, boards with II N Coon. 

Coon 11 N. mason, h King st between Pine and St Paul. 

Coon II N, jr. emp it II Reynolds, boards with H N Coon. 

Cc rowa A, emp Shepard, Davis & Co, h 6 Cherry st. 

Corbit Ed, laborer, h Water st between Main and College. 

Corcoran M J, emp -li\s Donnelly. 

C< mean E, laborer, h North av near Front st. 

Cosgriff Thos, emp W A Tyler, h Water st near North. 

Cosgrove Patrick, tailor, corner Church and Mechanics st, 

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Cote A, einp Shepard, Davis & Co, h 2G George st. 

Cote Charles, emp W S Mayo & Co, boards with Mrs Hayes. 

Cote E, blacksmith, h Water st near North. 

Cote A, carpenter, h Main st near Union. 

Cote P, emp J E Brinsrnaid, boards with J E Brinsinaid. 

Cote M, carter, h 230 Winooski a v. 

Courtney M, emp Vt C R E, h Front st near North. 

Coutchee P, emp Eolfe, Tyler &, Co, h Champlain et near 

Peru. 
Couture A, broommaker, h North st bet "Water and Front. 
Cowbee Peter, boatman, boards with Peter Barrett. 
Cowee F, h Champlain st near Pearl. 
Cowman M, h Pine st between Main and King. 
Coyle Pat, laborer, h North st near Maiden Lane. 
Coyle Thomas, emp C Blodgett & Son, boards with Wm 

Lathrop. 
Crandall Dr Hiram, h Pearl st, head of St Paul. 
Crandall Pr II A, h 38 Cherry st. 

Crane Wm 0, emp Express company, boards with Wm Hill. 
Crane A J, collector internal revenue, oftice Custom House 

3d floor. 
Crane D G, firm W & D G Crane, h corner of 33ank and 

Champlain sts. 
Crane W, firm Y\ T & D G Crane, h corner of Bank and Cham- 
plain sts. 
Crane W & D G, box makers, office r^rth of Vt Cent dspot. 
Craven Luke, stone cutter, h Spruce st, between Union and 

Sheibura. 
Craven John, emp B S Nichols & Co, h Locust st, near 

Grant. 
Crawley M, laborer, h Champlain st, near Peru. 
Croinbie Wm A, ilrni Shepard Davis & Co, h Battery Place, 

near Pearl st. 
Cronan P, cabinet maker, 15 Poru st. 
Cronan Wm, cabinet maker, h Peru st, between Champlain 

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Crook Wra, teacher at Vermont Episcopal Institute, boards 
with T A Hopkins. 

Crooker Albert, mason, h Goch st, near Pearl. . 

Crookor Ed, emp McWilliams Bros. 

Cftyd£&t John, h corner Main and Champlain sts. 

Crooker Harrison, mason, h First st, near Winooski av. 

Crocker Heman, mason, h North st, near Hyde. 

Crooker Robert, surveyor, boards with John Crooker. 

Crooker Win A, mason, h 6 Goch st. 

Crookoy Airs Julia, h North st, between Chestnut and Cham- 
plain. 

Crosby A, grocer, h 72 Water st. 

Crosby Alex, machinist, emp Brink & Co. 

Crosby M, blacksmith, h near Winooski bridge. 

Crosby Thomas, mason, h Colchester av, near Pearl st. 

Crossman R F, h North st, between Winooski av and Mai- 
den Lane. 

Croto Jerry, h near Winooski bridge. 

Croto J alias, h near Winooski bridge. 

Crowley Jerry, laborer, h Munroe st, near George. 

Crowley John, emp Shepard Davis & Co, h Champlain Est, 
near Peru. 

Cmnrnings Lyman, lawyer, office Bank Block, h Champlain 
st, near Peru. 

Cummings Thomas, laborer, h North st, between Champlain 
and Chestnut. 

Cunningham Walter, emp Stanton House, h North st, near 
Hyde. 

Curley H, h 53 Water st. 

Currier C P, carpenter, h 30 Maiden Lane. 

Curtis A, ship carpenter, h Red Rock Point. 

Curtis E, wheelwright, h Champlain st, between Pearl and 
Munroe. 

Curtis Ceo W, emp G I Hagar, h Murray st, near Allen. 

Curtis John, emp Smith & Bagley, h Hose st, near North. 



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Curtis Wm, emp Shepard, Davis A Co, h 00 Pine st. 

Curtis T J, einp Vt C E It, h Shelburu st. 

Clashing Richard, trap Shepard, Davis & Co, h Water st, 

between College and Lank. 
C-ustmian Chas, h North Lend, near Locust st. 
Cusliman "William, nrin Converse & Cushman, boards with 

Mrs Peters. 
Casins Peter, emp Vt C R R, h Allen st, near Locust. 
Cutler T C, emp D C Barber & Co. 
Cutting S C, blacksmith, St Paul st, near Main, h City Hotel 

building, Main st. 

Badman John J, emp Kilburn & Gates, h 23 White st. 

Daily John, laborer, h 20 Cherry st. 

Daily Martin, emp Vt C R R, h Champlain st, between Maple 

and King. 
Daily R, emp Lolfe, Tyler & Co, h Champlain st, between 

Maple and King. 
Baisey Edward, emp Unburn & Gates, h 1 Spruce st. 
Daniels Frank, carpenter, h Winooski av. near North st. 
Daniels Louis, laborer, h Champlain st, near Peru. 
Daniels E T, mechanic, h Shelburn st, near Spruce. 
Daugan R, emp Shepard Davis A Co, h North Lend, near 

Lafountain. 
Davis II H, firm of Drew & Davis, beards at Van Ness House 
Davis Mial, firm Shepard Davis A Co, h Tnttle st, near 

Maple. 
Day Henry, laborer, h Main st, near Water. 
Decelle A, wheelwright, h Main st, near Union. 
Deal Calvin, painter, h Colchester av, near East av. 
Deally Jas, carpenter, h Pine st, between Pearl and Cherry. 
Dean Henry, emp L S Nichols, boards with Wm Lathrop. 
Dean Tyler, boards with Wm Lathrop. 
Deborr Lewis, emp Shepard, Davis A Co, h King st, near 

Water. 
Deer Mrs Mary, boards with Mr Euger. 



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DeGoesbriand, Rt Lev Louis, Roman Catholic Bishop of 

Vermont, b Cherry st, between St Paul and Pine. 
Degraft'J, h New road to Winooski. 

DoCui A, easp Rolfe, Tyler & Co, h King-st, near Water 
DelaneyJohn, emp C Blodgett & Sou, h Hydest, near North. 
Delibac Louis, carpenter, h King st, near Water. 
Delibac Louis, jr, laborer, h King st, near Water. 
Delorme Jos, shoemaker, h 75 North.st. - 
Delorrae P E, cigar maker, h 76 North st. 
Dt'lornier T, emp Kiiburn & Gates, h 31 North st. 
Delorme Jos, shoemaker, h 3S North st. 
Dernara A, emp Kiiburn & Gates, h Rose st, near North. 
Demara Jos, wheelwright, h Peru st, between Murray and 

Champlain. 
Demara Peter, emp Kiiburn & Gates, h cor Pearl A Pine sts, 
Demars Chas, carpenter, h Cherry st, near Water. 
Doming Mr? F F, h Pearl st near Willard. 
Doming Jas, laborer, h -17 Water st. 
Denison Chas S, student U V M, 12 North College. 
Denning Wm, emp Vt C R R, h Spruce st, near Union. 
Dennis T. emp Vt C R R, b Maple st, between Water and 

Champlain. 
Derby Albert, emp G S Blodgett & Co, h King st, between 

St Paul and Pine. 
Derby B J, asst postmaster, h Willard st, near Maple. 
Derby Edgar, emp E S Styles, boards with Wm Derby. 
Derby S C, tinsmith h near Winooski bridge. 
Derby Wm B, emp Shepard, Davis <fc Co, h King st, between 

St Paul and Pine. 
Derway J S, farmer, h North avenue. 
Devaurix Jos, emp S C Cutting, h Union st, near Spruce. 
Deviu Wm, h Main st. near Water. 
Devoy Mrs S, h 15 North. Bend. 
Dewey A S, cigar manufacturer, Church st, h George st, 

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Dodge LC, Mayor of city, h Pearl st, near Green. 

Dodge Henry L, h cor College and Pine sts. 

Dodge G M, student U V M, boards with I. C Dodge. 

Dolan Jas, laborer, h corner of Union and Howard, sts, 

Dolan Mrs Mary, h 47 Water st. 

Dolan Pat, laborer, h Colchester av, near East av. 

Dolan Peter, emp S C Kimball & Co, boards with Mrs 
Thompson. 

Dolan Peter, laborer, h Cherry st, near Pine. 

Dole F W, h Maiden Lane, near Graut st. 

Dole Frank W, h 82 Pearl st, 

Donaldson J A, emp Sh.epa.rd Davis & Co, h Grant st. 

Donnelin Jos, emp L C Dodge, h 20 Pern st, 

Donnelly Frank, emp Shepard Davis & Co, boards with Mrs 
L Donnelly. 

Donnelly Jas, grocer, 16 Water st, h 42 Cherry st. 

Donnelly John, emp Shepard Davis & Co, h Champlain st, 
near Peru. 

Donnelly Mrs L, h Champlain st, between Cherry and Bank 

Donnelly Pat, empB S Nichols & Co, h Water st, near Peru. 

Doolittle Mrs C E, h 27 Bank st, 

Doolittle H H, city treasurer, office city hall, h cor of Bank 
and Pine sts. 

Doolittle W P, emn I E Shatiuek, boards with H H Doo- 
little. 

Dooly Thos, emp Shepard, Davis & Co. h Water st, between 
Cherry & Bank. 

Dora Louis, emp C Blodgett & Son, h Locust st, near North. 

Dorr Geo C, h 10 Church st. 

Dorry Jos, laborer, h cor Champlain and Maple sts. 

Dougherty H, tailor, h Maiden Lane, near Pearl st. 

Dougherty Henry, emp Kilburn & Gates. 

Doughty C J. student U V M. ISSouth College. 

Dow A It. teacher at High school, boards with G B Dow. 

Dow A W, emp H J Nelson, boards with Win Lathrop. 



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Dow G B, emp Wheelock A Griffin, h cor College and Yv'il- 

liarn sts. 
Dowans Pat, emp Shopard, Davis & Co, h G Cherry st, 
Bowd Pat, emp A C Spear, h Colchester av, near Pearl st. 
Downer P R, mail agent, boards at American Hotel. 
Downer C C, emp W S Majo & Co, h corner of Cham plain 

and Monroe sts. 

Bowner Edward, emp Kilburn & Gates, h North Bend, near 
Wiuooski av. 

Dowsing Jas, emp Wing & Smith, h Locust st, near Pearl. 

Boxy J, saloon, Church st, near College. 

Boyle John, emp Shepard, Davis & Co, h Water st, between 

College and Bank. 

Dray Robert, emp Geo L Linsley, h King st, near Water. 

Drew Albert S, firm Drew & Davis, boards with Mrs Wni 
Drew. 

Drew Aniasa, firm Drew A Conger, h corner of King and 
Pine sts. 

Drew A A, firm L A & A A Drew, h Union st, near Shel- 
burn st. 

Drew Albert G F, emp X Allen, boards with OC Stacy. 

Drew & Conger, meat market, Water st, near Maple. 

Brew C W, butcher, h 63 Shelbum st. 

Brew it Bavis, boot and shoe dealers, 51 Church st. 

Drew H C, builder, shop on Center st, h 51 Y\ 'inooski av. 

Drew II H, grocer, City Hall building, h 11 White st. 

Drew H W, express messenger, h Winooskiav, near North st. 

Drew Jed, broom maker, h 6 Drew's Lane. 

Drew L A, County Sheriff and firm L A & A A Drew, h 121 
Church st. 

Drew L A A A A, meat market, 1 City Market. 

Drew Mrs Wm, h 17 Cherry st. 

Drought Mrs M, fa corner of Elm and Adams sts. 

Drury H N, ticket agent and telegraph operator, h Locust 

st. near North. 
Drury Patrick, laborer, h Cherry st, between Champlain and 

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Duchaueau Jos, laborer, h Interval av, near North st. 

Duff Geo. emp, G S Appleton, h North st, between Chesnut 

and Cbamplain. 
Duffy Miss A, h corner of North & Hyde sts. 
Duffy Miss C, h corner of North and Hyde sts. 
Duffy Miss E, h corner of North and Hyde sts. 
Dufrene A, cigar maker, h Chestnut st, near North. 
Dufrene David, carpenter, h Winooski av, near Hyde st. 
Dufrene J, emp Kilburn & Gates, h 37 Union st. 
DuhamelL, emp Drew&Davis, h Maiden Lane, near North st. 
Dullahan Ed. h Cherry st, between Church and White. 
Dullahan Mrs John, h Cherry st, between Church and White. 
Dumas Frank, emp Kilburn & Gates, h'Champlain st, near 

North. 
Dumas J, h corner of Hose and North st. 
Duncan A It & G M, blacksmiths and carriage makers, near 

Winooski bridge. 
Duncan C W H, emp Shepard Davis & Co. 
Dunn II J, painter, h Cbamplain st, between Maple and 

King. 

Dunn S, emp Arbuckle & Co, boards with Mrs L A Hall. 

Dunn Wm, laborer, h Cbamplain st, between Dank and 
Cherry. 

Dupas John, laborer, h New road to Winooski. 

Dupas Jos, h new road Near Winooski bridge. 

Dupow Francis, emp E J lay. 

Duraut Peter, laborer, h corner Water and King sts. 

Durham Jas, emp E J Phelps, h Willard st, near Maple. 

Dusseau Louis, emp N Bacon, boards with N Bacon. 

Dusseau 0, emp S Beach, li Shelburn st, near Willard. 

Dwyer Edward, accommodation carriages, h 18 Center st. 

Dwyer T, emp of Edward Dwyer, h Bank st, bet Church 

and Center. 

Dwyer T, emp Vt C R E, h 14 Munroe st, 

Dyette A, grocer, h corner Champlain and Munroe st. 

Dyette Louis, emp A K Ballard, h Locust st, near North. 



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Dyette L C, ernp Kilburn & Gates, h Eose st, near North. 
Dyette Jos, emp A K Ballard, h 1-1 North Bend. 
Dyette, J B, painter, h 11 North Bend. 
Dyon C, emp E Laport, boards with E Laport. 
'Dyon David, emp Kilburn & Gates, h 2 North Bend. 
Dyon Hubbert, h Murray st, between North and Allen sts. 

Edgecome Win, farmer, h Colchester av. 

Edgell Albert B, upholsterer, h Grant st, between Winooski 
av and Maiden Lane. 

EDGELL L A, Auctioneer & Commission Merchant, Col- 
lege st, h Winooski av, near North st. (See adv.) 

Edgerly A S, ins agt, office Bank Block, College st, h corner 
Union and Spruce sts. 

Ellis Henry C, plain and fancy painter, Main st, opposite 
Post Office. 

Ello John, emp Shepard, Davis & Co, h 93 Winooski av. 

Ello M, laborer, h 9 Spring st. 

Ello Mrs D, h Champlain st, between Pearl and Cherry. 

Emerson Horace shoe maker, h Center st. 

Englesby Mrs A B, h 10 College st, cor St Paul. 

Englesby L B, lawyer, office St Paul st, near College, h cor 
College and Williams. 

English Miss Ann, boards with Mr M Moore. 

English Mrs J, emp Mrs M C Wheeler. 

Erwiu K J, express messenger, h Maiden Lane, near 
Grant st. 

Estes D F, student U V M, 15 South College. 

Evans B, emp W H H Barker. 

Fagan Jane, emp E W Peck. 

Fagie John, sailor, h If) Drew's Lane. 

Fagnant Dr B, office 122 Church st, h CO Pearl st. 

Failey Thomas, U S deputy marshal, office Main st, h Sliel- 

burn st, near Spruce. 
Fairtichl Jos, carpenter, h North st, between Locust and 

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Falstreau Dan C, ernp Shepard, Davis & Co, h North st, bet 

Goch and Hyde. 
Fargo E B, teamster, h GO North st, 
Fadsoeau Lowis, carpenter, h Champlain st, between Pearl 

and Cherry. 
Farly Henry, h 16 Mvmroe st. 
Farmer W G, machinist, h 15 Maple st. 
Farmer W S, ernp Shepard Davis & Co, h Smith's Lane. 
Farrar John, laborer, h Champlain st, between Pearl and 

Cherry. 
Farrar Pat, emp Shepard, Davis & Co, h North st, between 

Champlain and Chestnut. 
Farrell Jas, emp W S Mayo & Co, h Champlain st, near 

North. 
Farrell John C, emp Roife, Tyler & Co, h Murray st, near 

North 
Farrell M, emp Shepard, Davis & Co, h Elm st, near Adams. 
Farrell Michael H, brushniaker. 
Farrell Pat, laborer, h Spruce st, near Shelburn. 
Farrington I K, emp S C Kimball & Co, h 43 Shelburn st. 
Fassett Geo, grocer, h Main st, near Water. 
Faulkner Win, emp L A & A A Drew, h Mechanic st. 
Fawcett Kate, h Champlain st, between Maple & King. 
Fay Mr.s D, h 25 Cherry st. 
lay E J, farmer, h North av. 
Fay V A, student U V M, o South College. 
Fay F F, emp N Allen, boards with Mrs D Fay. 
FAY Jl C, PnorKTETOit Democrat, boards at Stanton 

House. (See adv.) 

Ferguson Chas, emp 6 L Linsley, boards with J W Thomas. 
Ferguson John, emp D G Barber & Co. 

Ferguson T>, firm D C Barber & Co, boards at Van Ness 

House. 

Ferguson W F, emp A G Strong, boards at Van Ness House. 



Ferre S S, boots and 



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FIELDS ERA S T, Caterer and Confectioner, Park Block, 

St Paul st, h 10 St Paul st (See adv.) 

Fields Jas, emp Anthony, Williams & Co, h Champlain. st, 

near Peru. 
Finch H 0. student U V IS, 1-1 south College. 
Finnisey Margaret, emp H H Howe & Co. 
Finrain T, emp L V Cemetery, h North av. 
Fisher Chas G, inspector of customs, h 20 Shelbnrn st. 
Fisher M I. dry goods merchant, 87 Church st, h Winooski 

av, near North st. 
Fisk Geo W, emp of Custom House. 
Fitts S F, h Winooski av, between Grant and North sts. 
Fitzgerald Mrs, h cor Bank and Champlain sts. 
Fitzgerald Wm, emp II H Howe & Co. 
Fitzgerald Timothy, boards with Mr Collins. 
Fitzgerald Tom, laborer, h Cherry st, between Champlain 

and Water. 
Fitzsimmons John, emp Shepard, Davis & Co, h North av. 
Fitzsimmons Pat, laborer, h 5 Water st. 
Flack Mrs R M, h 90 Pine st. 
Flagg W II, Capt steamer Vermont, h Pine st, between 

Maple and King. 
Flaherty Dan, emp Yt CEK, h Water st, between North 

and Monroe. 

Flaherty Dennis, emp Kilburn & Gates, h Water st, near 
North. 

Flaherty John, emp E W Peck & Co, h Champlain st, be- 
tween North and Peru. 

Flaherty Pat, emp Yt C B It, h College st, near Union. 

Flanagan I J, farmer, h North av. 

Flanagan N B, Chief of City Police, office City Hall Build- 
ing, h George st. between Pearl and Mimroe. 

Fletcher Geo, emp W S Mayo & Co, boards with Mrs 
Warner. 

Fletcher II A, proprietor Burlington Steam Dye works, 

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Fletcher T. R, b Goeb st, near North. 

Flinn M, tailor erup ? Cosgrove, h Elm st. 

Fliun M, laborer, h Charnplain st, near North. 

Flinn Michael, printer, emp Free Press Office. 

Flora Mrs L, h lane opposite Post Office, Church st. 

Foley Frank, laborer, h Cherry st, between Water and 
Charnplain. 

Foley Jas, gardener, h 60 Water st. 

Follett Mrs L, h 80 Pearl st. 

F oliett Timothy, erup Vt C E R, boards with Mrs L Follett, 
h SO Pearl st. 

Follett Lewis, Custom House insp, boards with Mrs L Fol- 
lett, h 80 Pearl st. 

Foote Miss S P, boards with Mrs A L Marsh. 

Foran B, emp GL Linsley, h Cherry st, near Water. 

Foran Jos, emp Shepard, Davis & Co, h Cherry st, near 
Water. 

Forden L, emp Shepard, Davis & Co, h Pern st, near 

George. 

Form Mary, emp II H Rowe & Co. 

Foy Francis, laborer, h Mechanic st. 

Forest Mrs L M. dress maker, Church st, between College 

and Bank. 
FortierEd, emp Shepard, Davis & Co, h 8 King st. 
Foster C B, emp II A Mooney, boards at Stanton House. 
Foster Geo P, U S Marshal, ofiice Main st, opposite City 

Hall, h Grant st. between Winooski av and Locust st. 
Foster D F, emp Shepard, Davis A Co, h Winooski av, near 

North st. 
Foster Miss M, 00 Church st. 
Founder Miss M. grocery, 125 Winooski av. 
Founder Pat. coffin maker, h 125 Winooski av. 
Fountain J, carpenter, 93 Winooski av. 
Fowler John, h Charnplain st, between Bank and Cherry. 
Yoy A B. emp Townsend & Hill, h 53 Winooski av. 
Foy R E, emp city, h 112 College st. 



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Francis Fred, emp W S Mayo &■ Co, h Smith's Lane. 

Francis Geo, h Locust st, near Grant. 

Francis H W, meat market, corner Winooski av. and Grant 

st. h Bright st. 
Francis Jas, shoemaker, h North Bend, near Locust st, 
Francis Mrs K AV, h 141 College st. 
Francis Solomon, emp Harboar «Ss Robillard, h corner 

Water and King sts. 
Frazier Thomas, saddler, boards at Allen House. 
Frechet Alfred, emp G I Hagar. 
Fredrick Miss H, boards with Prof Y G Barbour. 
Fredrick J 0, emp Van Siekleu, Walker & Co, h Bright st. 
Fre< man Charity, h Locust st, near North. 
Freeman Frank, emp Shepard Davis & Co, h Colchester av. 

near Fast. 
Freeman Frank, emp A G Lucas. 
Freeman I, laborer, h Water st, near Peru. 
Freeman Maggie, emp Via Scott, bds with Mrs M Freeman. 
Freeman Mrs M, h 79 North st, 
Freeman Geo, emp B Turk. 
Freemau L, watchmaker, 29 North st. 
French David, h Pine st, between Maple and King. 
French Mrs Jeremiah, h Adams st. 
French John H, Secretary State Foard of Education and 

Supt City Schools, h Locust st cor of Pearl. 
Frenier Ed, city carter, h Interval av. near North st. 
Frenier Henry, emp Jos Bacon. 

Frenier Jas, emp A K Ballard, h Peru st, between Cham- 
plain and George. 
Friend Robert, emp Rolfe Tyler & Co. h Winooski avnear 

North st. 
Frisbie Allen G, emp Mi;.l Davis. 
Frost John, emp Shepard Davis & Co, h Champlain st, 

near North Fend. 
Frost M, emp Shepard Davis & Co, h Cherry st, near Water. 
Fugere I, carpenter, h North st, between Locust and Murray. 






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Fugere Mrs .Julia, h 41 North st. 

Fullam E S & Co, jobbers in notions and furnishing goods, 

Park Block, St Paul st. 
Fullam E S, firmE S Fullam & Co, h 03 Bank st. 
Fuller A, emp II II Howe & Co. 
Fuller A B, h Center st, near Bank. 
Fuller E A, book seller and stationer, -iS Church st, h 4 

Church st. 
Fuller H S, emp Kilburn & Gates, h Shelburn st, near 

Union. 
Fuller Mrs -Jane, h 75 Pearl st. 
Fuller L P, street commissioner, h corner of Pearl st, and 

Maiden Lane, 
Fuller Myron, emp Shepard, Davis & Co, boards with E 

Johnson. 

Furliew emp Kilburn & Gates. 

Gabineau J, city carter, h 9 Murray st. 

Gaboury Louis, Jr, painter, h Lafountain st, near Xorth. 

Gaboury Louis, painter, h 45 North st. 

Gaboury J os, laborer, h Lafountain st, near North Bend. 

Gaboury Louis, painter, h Lafountain st, near Xorth Bend. 

Gainey Mrs M, h Water st, bet Pearl and Cherry. 

Gainey John, laborer, h 50 Union st. 

Gainey Mathew, laborer, h Shelburn st, near Willard's ledge. 

GALLAGHER JOS, Conteactob and Buildup., h 12 Maiden 

Lane. (See adv.) 

Gallaher John, laborer, h cor Pearl and Pine st. 

Gardner M, laborer, h Interval av, near Xorth st. 

Garrick A, wheelwright, Mechanic st, b 43 Winooski av. 

Garrick David, emp Shepard, Davis & Co, h Allen st, near 
Locust 

Garriokty Mrs M, h 112 Champlain st. 

Garrow Oliver, emp I H Paul, h 90 Water st. 

Garrow Rachel, h "Water st, bet Main and College. 

Garvin E, student U V M, boards with Mrs A B Englesby. 

Garvev M, laborer, h Lake st, near Main. 



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Gary Win, laborer, h King st, bet Water and Chain plain. 

Gates Albert, carpenter, boards ■with L A Isham. 

Gate- Eev D W, pastor Methodist church, h 31 White st. 

Gates Joel II, firm Kilbura & Gates, h cor Main & Pine sts, 

Gaudette Jos, shoemaker, h 42 North st. 

Gaudette T, emp Shepard, Davis & Co, h 42 North st. 

Gauvin Mrs L A, h cor North st and Maiden Lane. 

Geer Ann, emp Wm Scott. 

Gentilini Eugene, emp Miner, Pope & Co, boards 19 Bank st. 

Gentilini Paul, emp Miner, Pope & Co, boards corner Main 
and Pine sts. 

George D B, carpenter, h 1G Maiden Lane. 

George Francis, h New road, near Winooski bridge. 

Gero A, painter, h 15 Lafountain st. 

Gero J as. carpenter, h Water st, bet College and Bank. 

Gero Lewis, emp Shepard Davis & Co, h corner Champlain 
and Peru sts. 

Gero Philip, emp H A Mooney, h North st, near Locust. 

Gero T, city carter, h North st, between Water & Champlain. 

Germain C E ,lrrrn L Germain & Son, boards with L Germain, 

Germain L ; firm L Germain & Son, h 30 Winooski a v. 

Germain L A' Son, grocers, cor Winooski av & North st. 

Gibbs Warren, Secy Vt Lift- Ins Co, h Center st. 

Gifhn Emma, h near Winooski bridge. 

Gifford Henry 0, boards at 9 Union st, 

Gigure L, carpenter, h Alien st near Locust. 

Gilbeau John, emp Walker Pro's, boards with Jas Lee. 

Gilbert Charles, boards with D. Colburn. 

Gile P. emp Vt C E R, boards with William Lathrop. 

Gill M. laborer, h Champlain st near Peru. 

Gilluley P, emp Shepard, Davis & Co, h 6 Cherry st. 

Gilmoud Francis, carpenter, h S3 Winooski av. 

Gilmond Frank, carpenter, corner College and White sts , 

boards with Francis Gilmond. 

Giroux Frank, emp Kilburn & Gates. 

Giroux Mrs M, h 21 North st. 

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Glasgow John, emp W II H Barker. 

Gleason Mrs C, h Champlain st, near North. 

Gleason Mrs M A, boards with Wm Brinsmaid. 

Gleason Bridget, emp E W Peek. 

Goin Jas, teamster, h Pitkin st, near North Bend. 

Goodhue Andrew, emp Kilburn & Gates, h 40 Shelburn st. 

Goodrich D G, emp C L Harfc, boards with C L Hart., 

Goodrich E, farmer, h North avenue. 

Goodrich J E, h 24 Union st. 

Goodroe P, emp Lyman & Allen, h 12 White st. 

Goodwin Mrs E, h King st, between Water and Champlain. 

Gookie Mrs J, h Chestnut st, near North. 

Gordon A, blacksmith, Mechanic st, h 6-i-. Winooski av. 

Gorman Ed, laborer, h Water st, near Maple. 

Gosling S. laborer, h Champlain st, near Munroe. 

Govre Mrs S, h North st, near Front. 

Grace M, laborer, h cor Water and Main sts. 

Grant Mrs L A, h Church st, between Pearl and Cherry. 

Gravel A, . emp Shepard Davis & Co, h Decatur st, near. 

Winooski a v. 
Gravel Jos, emp Shepard Davis & Co, boards with A Gravel. 
Gravel P, emp Yt C P. K, h North av, near Front st. 
Gravel Sam, grocer, corner Pose & North sts, h 2S North st. 
Gravelin John, emp Wing & Smith, h North st, near Pitkin. 
G ravin John, emp Shepard Davis & Co, h Allen st, near 

Locust. 

Grandpre Ed, emp Shepard Davis & Co, h Champlain st, 

-between Munroe and Peru. 
Gray Chas P, carriage manf, corner Maple and Champlain 

streets, h Pearl st near Pine. 

Gray J L, emp Cady & Pro, h Locust st, near Allen. 

Graton Jos, emp Kilburn & Gates, h boards with A Dowry. 

Graton Mild, emp Willard &, Co, boards with Mrs M E 
Graton. 

Graton Mrs M E, h Union st, near Shelburn. 

Graves C F, student U V M, boards with Mrs D Fay. 



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Greves Jas, teamster, h Winooski av, near Hyde st. 
Green Henry, tanner, h Maiden Lane, near Grant «t. 
Green 3VI, cigar nii\ker, h Deeatai st, near Winooski av. 
Green Mrs E, h 27 Union st. 
Green Kobert, emp H P Hickok, b Maiden Lane near 

Pearl st. 
Green Warren P, emp H H Drew, boards at 27 Union st. 
Green W E, emp Henry & Co, boards with H Green. 
Gregory Thos W, h Grant st, between Winooski av and 

Maiden Lane. 
Grenough E, shoemaker, b Pose st, near North. 
Grenongb John, laborer, h foot of Pine st. 
Grenougb Jos, laborer, h foot of Pine st. 
Grenongb Peter, laborer, h foot of Pine st 
Griffin Eev E H, pastor White Street Congregational church, 

boards with Mrs E Piatt. 
Griffin J as, carpenter, h Pern st, near George. 
Griffin John, firm Wheelock & Griffin, b Union st, between 

Spruce and Adams. 
Griffin James W, student U V M, boards with Mrs M A 

Griffin. 
Griffin Mrs Mary A, h head of Pearl st. 
Griffin Pat, erup Shepard, Davis & Co, h Water st, between 

Main and College st. 
Griffin Mrs P H. boards .with Mrs M A Griffin. 
Griffith Chas, emp II J Nelson, boards with Mrs L A Hall. 
Griffith Kate, emp H II Hove & Co. 
Griswold T F, emp S & K S Wires, boards with Mrs W F 

Griswold. 
Griswold Mrs W F, h I'M Champlain st. 
Grow Henry li, emp E A Fuller. 
Guiimette A, carpenter, h North st, between Locust and 

Lafonntain. 
Guyette A, painter, h King st, bet Water and Champlain. 
Guyette Arthur, wheelwright, emp H A Kay, boards with II 

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Guyette Jos, emp Shepard, Davis & Co, h Smith's Line. 
Guyette Nelson, emp Wing & Smith, h Pern st, between 

George and Champlain. 
Guyette Thos, emp Shepard, Davis & Co, h 7 Rose st. 

Ilftckfit Jas M, marble cutter, boards with S F Fitts. 
Hadley Frederick, farmer, h Shelbum st, near road to Red 

rocks. 
II igan Patrick, emp Chase &, Smith, boards with Mr. 

Nichols. 
Hagar Geo E, emp C L Nelson, h near Winooski bridge, 
HAGAR G I, dealer in hav.dwap.e, paints, &c, College st, 

near Church, boards with L M Hagar. (see adv.) 

Hagar L II, h College st, between Union and WiUard. 

Hagar W E, boards with Mrs J H Burnett. 

Halbert J S, grocer Church' st, between Pearl and Cherry, 
h 28 White st. 

Hall E S, emp Shedd & Walker, boards with S Walker. 

Hall Mrs E. h Champlain st, between Pearl and Cherry. 

Hall Emanuel, emp Wm Scott, boards with Rachel Garrow. 

Hall Francis, laborer, h 31 Water st. 

Hall F P, emp E II Payn, boards with Mrs D Fay. 

Hall -Joseph, emp E Goodrich. 

Hall Mrs L A. h 15 Winooski av. 

Hall Lewis, painter, h 41 North st. 

Hall Wm E. emp Van Sicklen, Walker k Co, boards with 

Wm S Hall. 
Hall Wm S, h 92 Pine st. 
fclullahan Jas, h Champlain st, near North. 
Halioran Patrick, emp Vt C E 11. 
Hah y John, laborer, h Shelbum st, foot of Adams. 
Hammer Philip, emp Vt C R R, h 21 Water st. 
Hamilton Charli s, merchant, h 12 King st, 
': ton Mrs Sidney, h 53 North st. 
! : si •' nd Jus lal rer, h f arl st. near Tuttle. 

II mdleu Redman, laborer, h Main st, between Champlain 
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Hartley Mrs Margaret, h 1 Walnut st. 

Hanley Martin, laborer, h Colchester av, near Pearl. 

Hanley Michael, empE WPeck & Co, boards at 1 Walnut st. 

Hanigan Thomas, ernp Shepard, Davis & Co, h 1 Cherry st. 

Hanna Geo, laborer, h Marks Bay. 

Hanson S N, boards at Van Ness House, room 111 St, 

Paul st. 
Haran -J A emp Eolfe, Tyler & Co, h Rose st. 
Harbelldon Mrs Mary, h King st, bet Water and Champlaiu. 
Harbour & Ilobillard, boot and shoe makers, Church st. 
Harbour G W, firm Harbour & Boblllard, h GO North st. 
Hard Edwin, h Tuttle st, cor Cliff. 
Hard E B, lawyer, office Wires' Building, College st, cor* 

Church, h Union st, bet Main and Maple. 
Harner S, emp Vt Central B H, h Eed rocks, near railroad. 
Harness Patrick, h New road, near brick kiln. 
Harper Henry, carpenter, h 16 Maiden Lane. 
Harrington A A, manager Burlington Gas Co, h Williams st, 

near College. 
Harrington Geo H, emp Vt C freight office. 
Harrington H W T ; emp G P Woods, h 29 Shelburn st,' 
Harrington Joseph, h near Winooski bridge. 
Harrington L D, carpenter, boards at 34 Union st. 
Harrington L K, emp Eilburn & Gates, boards at 27 Union st. 
Hart C L, grocer, Bank Block College st, k Main st, between 

Champlain and Pine. 
Hart Hi rum S, Tree Press Oinee, boards with G S Blodgett. 
Hart Paul, emp II A Mooney, boards with J Nash. 

HAB.T WM H, Agent ror. the Charter Oxk Insurance Co, 
h 87 College st. (See adv.) 

Harvey Frank, emp C Blodgett & Son, boards with II Landon. 

Harvey -Tames, emp C Blodgett & Son, h Smith's Lane. 

Harvey J A, emp at marble quarry at Mallet's Bay. 

Hassett Patrick, emp Shepard, Davis & Co, h Champlain st, 
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Hastings Bridget, emp H H Howe & Co. 

Hatch Jo D, h Williams st 

Hatch G L, emp Lyman & Allen, boards at Stanton House. 

Hatch D F, emp E W Burritt, boards with Mrs Burritt. 

Hatch Mrs S D, boards with E S Styles. 

Hathaway, h North av, near Prospect rock. 

Hathaway A T, laborer, h Pitkin st, near North Bend. 

Hathaway A G, carpenter, boards with A T Hathaway. 

Hawley Mrs N A, emp H H Howe & Co. 

Hayden Jas, emp B S Nichols & Co, h Champlain st between 
Bank and Cherry. 

JHayea Edward, laborer, h North Bend st, head of Locust st. 

Hays Dennis, mason, h Champlain st, near North. 

Hayes Pat, emp C Blodgett & Son, h Champlain st near Peru. 

Haynes H W, Prof U V M, h corner Main and Williams sts. 

Hayed Patrick, gardener, h Elm st near Adams. 

Hazen David, emp Shepard, Davis & Co, h Shelburn st. 

Hazen Win E, teller Merchants' Nat Bank, boards at Law- 
rence House. 

Heath Jas, h College st between Water and Champlain. 

Heath Nathan, broom maker, h 4 Cherry st. 

Hubert John, emp Henry Loomis, h 78 North st. 

Hefferon Ed, emp Vt C E R, h Champlain st near King. 

Heineberg Pr B J, h cor St Paul and Maple sts, 

Hendee F J, h Tuttle st near Cliff. 

Henderson E F, emp Exprs' Co, boards with Wm Henderson. 

Henderson Wm, Express Agent, office St Paul st near College , 
h Maiden Lane near Pearl st. 

Hennessy Martin, laborer, h near Winooski bridge. 
Hennessy Thos, laborer, h o Church st. 
Hennigan Jas, emp It L Linsley, h Chesnut st near North. 
HENRY & JOHNSON, manufactubebs pbopkietaey me- 
dicines, 127 Church st. (See adv.) 
Henry John, machinist, boards with Mrs Thompson. 



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Henry Thos, emp Vt C E E, h Goch st near New road. 
Henry W W, firm Henry & Johnson, h 3 Pearl st. 
He: rick Geo L, with S LHerrick, boards with S. L. Herrick 
HEEIl'ICK S L, dby goods mioichant, 53 Church st, h cor 

of College and Willard sts. (see adv.) 

Heyde C L, landscape painter, h 8 Pearl st. 
Hickey Thos, boards with Mrs Hughes. 
Hickey Wm, emp C Blodgett & Son, boards with Mrs Manor. 
Hickey P E, emp C Blodgett & Son, boards with Mrs Manor. 
Hickok Mrs E, h Winooski ave near Grant st. 
Hickok H P, h corner of Pearl and Maiden Lane. 
Hickok J E, boards with Mrs E Hickok. 
Hickok J W, h cor Main and Willard sts. 
Hickok Wm C, h Shelbum st near Union. 
Higgius J D, emp Vt C B B, boards with Mr Phelps. 
Hiklreth C, firm Brinsmaid & Hildreth, h Champlain st 

near Peru. 

Hill Henry, emp A K Ballard, boards with Wm Hill. 
Hill N S, treasurer IT V M, h Turtle st, near Main. 
Hill V, h Maiden Lane, between Grant and Noi th sts. 
Hill Thomas, ftrmTownsend & Hill, h Maple st, near Willard. 
Hill Wm, emp A K Ballard, h Front st, near Noi th. 
Hills James H, engraver, h cor Pearl and Willard st. 
Hills John N, clerk steamer Vermont, h 74 Pearl st. 

HINDES & TAFT, Fike avd Mabine Ins Agts, City Hotel 
Building, Main st. (See adv. ) 

Hindes Geo W, firm Hindes & Taft, h King st, between 
Church and St Paul 

Hinkley John, emp C Blodgett & Son, h 2G Water st, 

Hoffman S, emp I S T Fields. 

Hogan Mrs, h Water st, between College and Bank. 

Hogan Patrick, h near Winooski bridge. 

Hogan Wm, emp C P Smith h Rose st, near North. 

Hollenbeck John B, Justice, office City Hall building, h 11 
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Holmberg J B, music teacher, h Willard st, near Maple. 

Hood Pan!, emp Shepard, Davis Jfc Co, h King st, near "Water. 

Hooey David, boards with Mrs Washburn. 

Hoose Alva, h near Winooski bridge. 

Hoose II, emp G W Beckwith, boards with Mrs Washburn. 

Hoose Mrs L. li near Winooski bridge. 

Hopkins G W, emp Custom House, h cor George and Mun- 

roe sts. 
Hopkins Rev John H, boards with T H Canfield. 
Hopkins Stephen D, emp Express Co, h 136 Champlain st. 
Hopkins T A, principal Vermont Episcopal Institute, h 

Rock Point. 
Horrigan John, emp II J Nelson, h Allen st, near Murray. 
Hosnier M W, City liquor agt, h cor Main and Pine st,-,. 
HOUGHTON J C, Gen- Agt Bkooklys Life Ins Co, h 

Maiden Lane, near North st . (See adv.) 

House Jus, laborer, h Church st, near Slain, 
Howard Mrs, h King st, between Water and Champlain. 
Howard National Bank, corner Church and Bank sts. 
Howard A J, county clerk, office Court House, h Locust st, 

between Pearl and Grant. 

Howard Miss L, boards with A C Spear. 

Howard Mrs S E, h 85 St Paul st. 

Howe H II, firm If II Howe & Co. at American Hotel. 

HOWE HH & Co, PnopuiETons American Hotel. (See adv.) 

Howe S B, cigar dealer, 77 Church st, boards with Win. 
Howe. 

Howe Wm, boot and shoe store, 75 Church st, h 29 

Winooski a v. 

Hubbard J M, h Murray st, between Allen and Peru. 

Hubbell David, emp Kilburn & Gates, boards at 20 Maple st. 

Hudson Goo, emp C Blodgett & Son, h Champlain st, near 

North. 

Hughes Mrs. h Pine st, near Main. 
Hughes emp at brewers'. 



Hughes Mrs C. h Champlain st, near North. 



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Hull M II, carpenter, boards with L A Isham. 

Hunt F, painter, h Winooski av, near Main st. 

Hunter Geo, emp Bnrlmgton woolen mill, li Colchester av. 

HUNTINGTON S, Eook-ellee and Stationer, eor Church 

and College st, h Winoosid av, near Grant st. (See adv.) 

Huntington T W, student U V M, 5 North College. 

Hurley C, emp Geo L Linsley, h Rose st, near North. 

Hurley Jas, enip Rolfe, Tyler & Co, h King st, between Water 
and Champlain. 

Hurley Wm, h Water st. near North. 

Hutchinson John L, emp Briusmaid & Hi'.dreth. 

Hynes Martin, laborer, h Willard st, near Shelburn. 

Inman A L, Genl Agt Champlain ^Transportation Co, office 
west side City park, h Maple st, between St Paul & Pine. 
Ishain Emma, emp Henry & Co, boards with L A Isham. 
Isham Geo, policeman, boards with Geo Livermore. 

Isham L A, farmer, h Grant st, between Winooski av and 

Maiden Lane. 

Isham Mrs R A, emp of Henry Loomis. 

Irish Henry, carpenter, h Colchester av, near East av. 

Jackson John, inspector of customs, h Champlain st. 
between Peru and Mnnroe. 

Jakin John, li corner Champlain and Maple sts. 

Jerry Edward, shoemaker, h near Winooski bridge. 

Jewett Edward A, h corner Main and Pine sts. 

Joachim Frank, grocer. 

Jodbare F, emp C Blodgefct & Son, h Cherry st, between 

Water and Champlain. 
Jonathan John, shoemaker, h Walnut st. 
Johnson Alva, h near Winooski bridge. 

Johnson A W, emp C NeUis, boards with Mrs M S Johnson. 
Johnson Ed, emp Woolen Mill, h Colchester av. 
Johnson Elmore, contractor, h Shelburn st, foot Spruce. 
Johnson Fred, emp T A Hopkins, h Rock Point. 
Johnson Geo E, deputy collector Internal Revenue, office 

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Johnson H C, enip G W Beckwith, h Maple st, between St 
Paul and Pine. 

Johnson Mrs II L, basrds with S Barlow. 

Johnson Isaac, enip lownsend & Hill, h King st, between 
Water and Champlav-i. 

Johnson Mrs M, h 12 Watei st. 

Johnson Mrs M S, h 33 Winooski av. 

Johnson Robert, labor*r, h Interval av, near Spring st. 

Johnson Samuel, enip Yt C K R, h corner Pine & King sts. 

Johnson S E, emp express Co, boards at Stanton House. 

Joimson Wm, emp G W Eeckwith, h Water st, near King. 

Johnson W W, emp E W Peek & Co, h Winooski av. 

Johonnott Frederick, inn Peck & Johonnott, h Cherry st, 
between Church and St Paul. 

Johonnott Henry W, eeap Drew & Davis, boards with L 
Johonnott. 

Johonnott Horace, emz- E B Stearns & Co, boards with L 
Johonnott. 

Johonnott L P, h corner Church and Pearl sts. 

Johonnott Leonard, h earner Church and Pearl sts. 

Jones A B, emp Eilbun. & Gates, h 24 Locust st. 

Jones A E, firm Weston -Jones & Co, boards with N W Jones. 

Jones E S, firm YVeston Jones &, Co, boards with Is W Jones. 

Jones E S. emp Free Psjesb office, boards with Geo Dorr. 

Jones II U, firm Lord & Jones, boards at Lawrence House. 

Jones John, emp Wm C IIi<-kok. 

Jones Nathan, boards vrgk Mrs D Phelps. 

Jones N W, emp Westoa & Co, h 8 College st. 

Jordan Henry W, prints, emp Free Press Otriee. 

Jordan Mrs M, emp II L.omis. 

Jordan W, emp Shedd Sz Walkers, boards with S Walker. 

Joyce Pat, laborer, h Ci.rry st, between Water and Cham- 
plain. 

Katell C E, emp R B Stesms & Co, boards with R B Steams. 
Katell S, emp It Scott, beards with Mr Hears. 



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Keeler Mrs E N, clonk and dressmaker, h Center st, near 

Bank. 
Keekt Miss Julia, h 77 Pine st. 
Kelle Kprrrenoe, laborer, h King st, between Water and 

Champlain. 
Kern Ellen, dressmaker, h corner Elm and Adams st. 
Kelly Ed, emp C Blodgett & Son, h 22 North st. 
Kelly Jas, emp Shepard, Davis & Co, boards with J Nash. 
Kelly Jus, grocer corner Water and King sis. 
Kelly John, laborer, h Lake st, near Main. 
K- lly John, emp Brink & Co, h -I Cherry st. 
Kelly John, emp D C Barber & Co, h Champlain st, near 

North. 

Kelly John, emp B Turk & Bro, h Front st, near Nor tn. 

Kelly John, emp Shepard, Doris & Co, h Shelburn st. 

Kelly John, carpenter, h Chestnut st, near North. 

Kelly Michael, laborer, h Chestnut st, near North. 

Kelly Michael, emp II Vickery, h Pine st. 

Kellj Michael, laborer, h *8 Water st. 

Kelly Mrs P, h 8 King st. 

Kelly Pat, laborer, boards with John Kelley. 

Kelly Mrs S, h 60 Water st. 

Kelly Wm, emp B Turk S: Bro, h Chestnut st. near North 

Bend. 
Kellogg Mrs Mary, h 96 St Paul st. 

KennaJohn, laborer, h corner Champlain and College sis. 
Kennedy ?drs, h King st, between Water and Champlain. 
Kennedy Anna, dressmaker, h Pearl st, between Pine and 

Champlain. 
Kennedy Dennis, emp E W Peck & Co, h 7 Willard st, 
Kennedy John, boards with Mrs S C Pay. 
Kennedy John, emp Yt C E P,h Interval av, near Decatur st. 
Kennedy Miss M A teacher, h Chestnut st, rear North. 
Kennedy Mrs Mary, h 47 Water st. 
Kennedy Mrs Martha, h Chestnut st, near North. 



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Kennedy Michael, painter, h Maiden Lane, between Grant 

and Norths ts. 
Kennedy Patrick, tinsmith, h Water st, between Munroe 

and North. 
Kennedy Patrick, emp Vt C Freight house, h North av, 
Kennedy Patrick H, emp G S Blodgett & Co, h Water st, 

between North and Monroe. 
Kennedy Miss S A, millinery and fancy goods, 51 Chorda st. 
Kennedy T I, machinist, h 31 Shelbura st. 
Kern Daniel, h 23 White st. 
Kern Daniel, jr. associate editor Burlington Democrat, 

boards with. I) Kern. 

Kerno Chas, emp Winooski Flouring Mill, h near Winooski 
bridge. 

Kerr Wm, emp Wheelock & Griffin, h Wheeler's lane. 

Kerville John, mason, h Union st, near Spruce. 

Kidd John, emp Shedd & Walker boards with S Walker. 

Kidder Mrs C, h near Winooski bridge. 

Kidder K P, apicultorist, h 29 Maple st. 

Kidder Walter, laborer, h near Winooski bridge. 

Kimball S C & Co, manufacturers doors, blinds, etc, Pioneer 
buildings. 

Kimball S C, firm S C Kimball & Co, h eor Champlain and 

College sts. 

King E, emp S Beach, h South Burlington. 

King E, jr, emp S Beach, boards with E King. 

Kilbura & Gates, manf cottage furniture, Shelbura st, near 
Adams. 

Killam Alfred, emp W S Mayo & C<j, h North st, between 
Chestnut and Champlain. 

Killam Albert, emp W S Mayo & Co, h North st, between 
Chestnut and Champlain. 

King 0, h Champlain st, between Cherry and Bank. 

King Peter, saloon, Strong's building, opposite, Park, h In- 
terval av, near Spring st. 

Kingsley Geo E, emp Edward Barlow, boards at Lawrence 
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Kingsland J D, h Union st, near Adams. 

Kinney Joseph, emp Goo L Liusley, h Champlain st, bet 

Munroe and Peru. 
YA:.v^v M B, emp G I Hagar, boards at Lawrence House. 
Kipp Fred, emp B Turk & Bro, boards with Wm Latbrop. 
Kirby Andrew, emp Burlington Cotton Mill, b near YTinooski 

bridge. 
Kirby Jobu, h east of Falls Hilt. 

Kirby H, boatman on Lake Champlain, h Wa£er st. 
Kirby Wm, mason, b New road, near brick kiln. 
Kirk J, b UBankst 

Knight Geo T, emp Vt C R R, h Shelburn st. 
Knox Dr J M, office 2 Times building, 8-j Main st. 

I^abeau E, emp Kilburn & Gates, b Murray st, near North. 
Labelle Alfred, painter, b Cherry st, near Water. 
Labelle Peter, h Front st, near Battery. 
Laboissiere C, emp Shepard Davis & Co, b Rose st, near 

North. 
Laboissiere J B, wheelwright, h Murray st, near Peru. 
Labouty Frank, b Hyde st. near- Pomeroy. 
Labonty Mrs M L, h Hyde st, near Pomeroy. 
Lacoure J B, mason, h corner Pearl and Pine sts. 
Lacoure Geo, emp C F Ward, b Maiden Lane, near North st. 
Ladame Frank, emp Chase. & Smith, b near Winooski bridge. 
Lodnke A, livery stable west side city park, b 63 Pine st. 
Ladnke •, barber, b King st, between Champlain and 

Water. 
La.lnke Cka:-, h 57 Pine st. 

Laduke Geo, emp D C Barber & Co, boards with A Laduke. 
Lafevre I, barber, h Interval av, near Spring st. 
Lafountain Alfred, carpenter, b 3 Lafountain st. 
Lafoautain Chas, carpenter, h Lafountain st, near North. 
Lafountain Mrs M, h 3 Lafountain st. 
Lagree Jos, emp Shepard Davis & Co, b Water st, between 

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Lake E, ernp H Robey So Bros, h Colchester av, near East, 
Lake S, emp Sliepard Davis & Co, h Spring st, near North. 
Lamby J, h North Bend, near Locust st. 
Laniere P, h New road near Winooski bridge. 
Lamora D, enip Vt C K II, h North av, near Front st. 
Lamora John, barber and hairdresser, 85 Maine st, h Pine 
st, near Cherry. 

Lamora Jos, emp John Lamora, h G4 Winooski av. 

Lamora Louis, h 15 Murray st. 

Lamora Oliver, janitor custom house building, h G Church sL. 

Lamoyne John, teamster, h corner Champlain and Peru sts. 

Lanctot E, grocer, Pino st, near Pearl. 

Lanctot H, grocer, corner Champlain and Maple sts. 

Lander E, blacksmith, h North st near Locust. 

Lander Peter, city carter, h corner Maiden Lane and 
North st. 

Lander Peter, emp E W Peck & Co, h 30 North st. 

Lander Peter, shoemaker, h Winooski av, near Hyde st. 

Laudon Hiram, h Munroe st, between Champlain and 
George. 

Landon M H, firm of Arbuckle & Co, boards with J L Sfcin- 
son. 

Landon S W, student U V M, boards with H Landon. 

Landon W II, student U V M, 9 South College. 

Lane Rev Henry, St Mary's Cathedral, h St Paul st, near 
Cherry. 

Lane 11 M, harness shop, Church st, near Main, 

Lane W II, livery stable, St Paul st, corner King, 

Lane W H jr, with W H Line. 

Lang Jas, msx>ector of customs, h Water st, between Col- 
lege and Bank. 

Langdon Dr II H, h corner of White and Bauk st. 

Langlois A, emp Kilburn & Gates. 

Langlois Jos, grocer, Locust st, near North. 

Langlois Win, emp A K Ballard, h Winooski av, near North st. 



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Lanon E J, tmp Wheelock & Griffin, h Maiden Lane, near 

North st. 
Longshore Wm J. h Decatur st. 
L&ngworthy Mrs M, dressmaker, h 93 College st. 
Langworthy W S, erup E W Peck & Co, h Mnnroe st, near 

Water. 
Lapiene A, emp A G Lucas, boards with A G Lucas. 
Lapointe & Parent, carpenters, Church st, between Bank 

and College. 
Lapointe D, firm Lapointe & Parent, h Lafonntain st, near 

North. 
Laporte E, saloon, Church st, near College. 
Lapre C, h Sheiburn st, near road to Red Bock. 
Laprent M, cigar dealer, h Locust st, near North. 
Lareau I, grocer, Pearl st, between George and Champlain. 
Lareau V, emp H J Nelson, h Church st, between Pearl and 

Cherry. 

Lashua Jos, laborer, h Champlain st, near Munroe. 
Lathrop Win, h Bank st, near Church. 
Lataville Jos, carpenter, h 62 Locust st. 
Latuleppe E, laborer, h Cherry st, between Water and Cham- 
plain. 

Lature Win. sailor, h Water st, near King. 

Laundry U, carpenter, h 7 Water st. 

Launy Z, emp Vt C R R, h 14 North Bend. 

Lavigne Mrs B, h North Bend, near Chestnut st. 

Lavigne Jos, laborer, h Mechanic st. 

Lavelle David, emp Kiiburn & Gates. 

Lavelle I, emp Kiiburn & Gates. 

Lawler Jas, h cor Main and Water sts. 

Lawrence Miss Alice, h Sheiburn st. 

Lawrence A, grocer, h Murray st, between North and Allen. 

Lawrence Miss A, boards with Trof Torrey. 

Lawrence Miss II, h ..Sheiburn st. 

Lawrence Jos, city carter, h cor Locust and North sts. 






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Lawrence L L, lawyer, ofiice over Merchants Bank, College 

st, boards at 9 Willard st. 
Lawrence N, teamster, h Winooski av, between Pearl and 

Grant sts. 
Lawrence U, city carter, h Water st, near North. 
Lawry A, emp Kilburn & Gates, h 94 Winooski av. 
Lawson B, carpenter, h North Bend, near Champlain st. 
Lawson E, emp E M Bead, boards with B Lawson. 
Lawson Jos, emp R S Wires, h Maiden Lane, near North st. 
Lawton Jas. emp N. Allen, h Grant st, between Winooski 

av and Locust st. 
Leavitt G B, ins agt, boards with R E Kay. 
Leclair Mrs C, h near Winooski bridge. 
Leclair C, laborer, h Hyde st. 
Leduc Simon, barber, h King st, near Champlain. 
Lee Edgar, machinist, boards with Mrs Bay. 
Lee F E, carpenter, h North st, near Hyde. 
Lee Geo, carpenter, h North st, near "Winooski av. 
Lee H, emp E Goodrich. 

Lee J, emp H Vickery, h Allen st, near Murray. 
Lee James, boarding house, cor College and Water sts. 
Lee Margaret, h near Winooski bridge. 
Lee Win, emp C Blodgett & Son, boards with Mr Nichols. 
Lefebure Ellen, nurse, h 91 Water st. 
Lei'ebvre I, emp H C A Smith. 
Leiebvre Jus carriage trimmer, h Winooski av, near 

North st. 

Lei'ebure Victor, h cor Water and Main sts. 
Legault T, emp Kilbtim & Gates, h foot of Pine st. 
Leggett J, emp A Barrows. 

Lemerise A, emp Smith & Bagley, h 9 Spring st. 
Lennou A R, emp B S Nichols, h 2 Battery Place. 
Lemotte Louis, painter, h Mechanic st. 

Lennon Jas, emp Shepard, Davis *fc Co, boards with T Lennon, 
Lennon T, laborer, h Pearl ht, near Green. 



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Leslie V, laborer, h 9 Cherry st. 

Levee Jos, eitv carter, h 16 Murray st. 

Levaille John, laborer, h Champlain st, bet Pearl & Cherry. 

Leving Jas, carpenter, h New road, near Winooski bridge. 

Lewis Dr Jas, dentist, office corner Chmcli and College sts, 

h cor Union and Maple sts. 
L« wis C II, emp Vt C E E, h Cliamplain st, near Tern. 
Lewis Mrs L H, h Main st, near Tuttle. 
L'heureux John, emp A. K Cole, h Locust st, near North. 
Limoge C, baker, h 3 Walnut st. 
Liberty II N, emp Shepard, Davis & Co, li Water st, bet 

Cliamplain and College. 
Liddel David, emp S Beach, boards with Mrs Peters. 
Lillie E, grocer, Grant st, h 27 Winooski aye. 
Linsley D C, h Williams st, near Pearl. 

LINSLEY GEO L, dealer in coal and wood, office south of 

Vt Central depot, h 106 Pearl st. (See adv.) 

Linsley Jos, emp G L Linsley, boards with E Chittenden. 
Lippitt C W, firm C W Lippitt k Co, h North st, between 

Maiden Lane and Locust st. 
Lippitt C W & Co, flour merchants, west side city park, 

St Paul st. 
Liscum & Lovely, dealers in ladies' furnishing and millinery 

goods, City Hotel building. Main st. 
Liscum John, h 13 Winooski ave. 
Livermore Geo, emp II II Howe & Co, L Main st near St 

Paul. 

Loiselle 0, gardener, h North ave, near Front st. 

London Miss C, emp Mrs Tibbitts. 

London A, grocer, Maiden Lane, cor Grant st. 

L 03 .I.-, emp Burlington Woolen Mill, h Falls hill. 

L ■'..< rgan John, cooper, house and shop 7 Maple st 

Lonergan Thomas, h Charaplaiu st bet Cherry and Dank. 

Loomis C, emp Lyman & Allen, boards with L A Drew. 

Loomis E C, film E C Loomis & Co, h 10.) Pearl st 



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Loomis E C & Co, tanners, office 98 Pearl st. 
Looiuis E W, emp Custom House, boards at Stanton House. 
Loomis G I, firm E C Loomis & Co, boards wdth E C Loomis. 
Loomis Henry, h Pearl st, head of Williams. 

Loomis Sirs Horace, h Pearl st, near Wiliard. 

Loomis H L, boards with E C Loomis. 

Loomis Miss Maria, h "Williams st, near Pearl. 

Loomis Pomeroy, boards with E C Loomis. 

Loraiue Jos, saloon, opposite City Hall, Church st. 

Lord & Jones, druggists and apothecaries, eoi* Church 

and Bank sts. 
Lord Loren B, firm Lord & Jones, h Winooski av, near 

North st. 
Lousvin C, laborer, h 9 Drew's Lane. 
Lovejoy Stephen, emp W S Mayo & Co, h Main st, near 

Water. 

Lovelaiid Geo, printer, h Wiliard st, near Maple. 
Lovell Geo T, student U V M, boards with T W Lovell. 
Lovell T W", h 20 Grant st. 
Lovely T, emp Kilburn & Gates, h 33 North st. 
Lowell Albeit, carpenter, h Colchester av, near Pearl st. 
Lowell J, laborer, h Mechanic st. 
Lover Chas, h Mechanic st. 

Lowry Abuer, overseer of poor, boards Stanton House. 
Lowry Miss, boards with Mrs C E Doolittlc. 
Lowry Francis, h 31 Main st. 

Lowry Geo, emp I E Shattuck, boards with I E Shattuck. 
Lowry John, emp Skepard, Davis & Co, h Munroe st, near 
George. 

Lowry John, machinist, boards with A Bellaire. 
Lowry John, painter, 10 White st, h 23 George st. 
Lowry N, h Peru st, bet Murray and Champlain. 
Luberick F, carpenter, h Lafountain st. 
Lucas A G, glazier, Church st near College, h Bank st near 
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Lucas E F, emp A G Lucas, boards with A G Lucas. 
Luck L, emp C F Ward, h Maiden Laue, near North, st. 
Luddin C 11, carpenter, h Maiden Laue near North st. 
Lund Mffs 8 E, h cor Chanrplain and Munroe sts. 
Lund Dr W B, ofrlce cor Charaplaiu and Munroe sts. 
Lasliean Chas, emp C Blodgett & Son, h Pitkin st, near 
North. 

LYMAN & ALLEN, Wholesale a>"d Retail Df.ai.ebs in 

Dry Goods, 152 Church st. (See adv.) 

Lyman Edward, firm Lyman & Allen, h corner Adams and 

Elm sts. 
Lyman Mrs Elias, h Pearl st, near TVinooski av. 
Lyman Geo, painter, L Pitkin st, near North Bend. 
Lynch Thos, pastor St Mary's Cathedral, h Cherry st, 

between St Paul and Pine. 
Lynch Win, laborer, h Pine st, near Maple. 
Lyon Dan, cemetery commissioner, h Main st, near Union. 
Lyon Mrs E S E, h Cherry st, near Pine. 
Lyon Jas, emp Shedd & Walker, boards on Piue st. 
Lyon John, cigar maker, h Maiden Lane, near North st. 
Lyon Miss Mary, hair dresser, emp Misses Bradley. 

Madden Ann, h corner Hyde and Pomeroy st. 
Madden J A, laborer, boards with Ann Madden. 
Madden Patrick, laborer, h Spring st. 

Madigan Jas, emp steamer Oakes Ames, 100 hChamplain st 
Madigan Jas, emp G W Benedict, h East av. 
Madigan M, h Champlaiu st, between North and North Bend. 
Madigan Pat, laborer, h Champlaiu st, near North. 
Maeck Jacob, lawyer, h WiUard st, near Maple. 
Mahar F, emp W A Tyler. 
Maher Mrs C, h North, st, near Front. 

MaherWm, emp Shopard Davis A" Co, h North st, near Front. 
Major Chas, student at A D Spalter's. 

Major T, emp Shepard Davis A Co, h Chestnut st, near 
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Mallery J, emp D C Barber & Co. 

Malley & Castello, " New York store, " College st near 

Church. 
Malley Jas, firm Malley & Castello, beards at Van Ness 

House. 

Malony Mrs, saloon, corner Water and Bank sts. 
Malony Mrs E, h corner Winooski av and Grant st. 
Malony M, printer, h 16 Maiden Lane. 
Malony Pat, mason, h 3G Water st. 
Malloy M, emp Vt C P R, boards with J Nash. 
Mann Thos, laborer, h Main st, near Water. 
Mangin Wm, laborer, h Shelburn st, near Willard's ledge. 
Manor Paul, teamster, h Munroe st, between Champlain 
and George. 

Mansfield Prince, emp Shepard Davis & Co, boards with 

Mrs Blinn, Decatur st. 
Man-well P D, farmer, h North av, near road to Pock Point. 
Marcou Geo, laborer, h 3 Lafountain st. 
Mareot Leander, emp Polfe Tyler&Co, h corner Munroe and 

Y»"ater sts. 
Marengo Peter, painter, h 7 Willard st. 
Marqtiett Edmund, emp Shepard Davis & Co, h Pitkin st 

near North. 
Marquett J J, mason, h Spring st, near Interval av. 
Marks John, emp Kilbnrn A: Gates, h corner Water and 

North sts. 
Mama rd John, city carter, h 107 Winooski av. 
Marott Jos, emp W A Tyler, h Winooski av, near Maiden 

Lane. 
Maroney John, laborer, h Lake st. 
Marsh Mrs A L, h 182 Main st, cor Tuttle. 
Marsh Geo F, student U V M, boards with Mrs A L Marsh. 
Marsh Rev Spencer, boards with Mrs E Piatt. 
Marsh W. E, emp Shepard, Davis & Co, boards with Mrs 

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Marsh W F, boards with Mrs A L Marsh. 

Martelle S, emp Smith & Bagley, h Locustst, between Grant 

and North. 
Martin Mrs 3 h 36 Water st. 
Martin Ann, h 82 Water st. 
Martin Chas, emp G L Linsley, h 7 Cherry st. 
Martin Ed, emp Kilburn &, Gates, h 75 Pine st. 
Martin Jas, laborer, h Willard st. near Pearl. 
Martin Jos, h King st, near Water. 
Martin Lev/is, h Colchester ave, near East. 
Martin Peter, emp Shepard, Davis & Co, h Laformtain st, 

near North. 
Martin R W, telegraph operator, boards at Stanton House. 
Martin T, emp Smith & Bagley, h Locust st, between Allen 

and North. 
Martin W H, emp W H Lane. 

Mason H W, emp E Barlow, boards at Stanton Hortse. 
Mathers F S, foreman Free Press job room, boards at 

American Hotel. 
Mathews A, emp S C Cutting. 
Mathews B, emp N Allen, boards with Mrs Clark. 
Mathews John M, emp W ctDG Crane, h cor chrrry and 

Pine sts. 
Mathews O, emp Shepard, Davis & Co, h ltose st near North. 
Mathews Mrs S, boards with Mrs Ray. 
Mathews Wm, mason, h cor Pearl and Pine sts. 
Matta John, laborer, h North Bend near Champlain st. 
May S, emp Chase & Smith. 

Mayo H, dork steamer Adirondack, h Adams st cor Elm. 
Mayo S, h near Winooski bridge. 

MAYO W S, & CO, ZJANEFATTUKEP. OF EOXES AND HOUSE 

finishing cooes, Pioneer Building. (See adv.) 

Mayo W S, firm W S Mayo & Co, boards with H Mayo, 
McAnliff David, shoe maker, h 117 Champlain st. 
McAvoy Michael, emp N Alien, h Maiden Lane between 

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McCabe Jas, emp Allen House, boards at Allen House. 
McCaffrey Jas, emp C Blodgett & Son, h Peru st between 

Murray and Champlain. 
McCaffrey Jas, emp W S Mayo & Co, h 90 Water st. 
McCaffrey Philip, laborer, h 31 Peru st. 
McCann Jas, emp C B Gray. 
McCanna Jas, emp Kilbarn & Gates, li Champlain st near 

Peru. 
McCanna Jas, emp H H Howe & Co. 
McCanna Hugh, h Front st. 

McCanna Frank, city carter, b Champlain st near Munroe, 
McCanna Michael, emp Shepard, Davis & Co, h 70 Water st. 
McCarty Henry, emp at Winooski, h near Winooski bridge. 
McCarty Jas, emp D C Barber & Co. 
McCarty John, emp Vt Central B B, h 3 Pine st. 
McCarty Jeremiah, emp B S Nichols & Co, h Lake st, near 

North. 
McCarty Lizzie, servant, J W Hickok. 
McCollom Robert, emp Arbuckle & Co, h Champlain st 

south of Maple. 
McCollom Bobert, Jr, emp Arbuckle & Co, boards with 

B McCollom. 

McCullaney M, emp Shepard Davis & Co, h 53 North st. 

McCully Barnard, h Lafountaiu st. 

McDonald Mrs F, h 20 Cherry st. 

McDonald Joseph, blacksmith, emp G N Willard, h Willard 

st, near Shelburn. 
McDun.iM William, emp Henry Loomis. 
McDonough Barney, h Pine st, between Main and King. 
McDonough Frank, emp W A Tyler, h corner of Pearl and 

Pine st. 

McDouough Joseph. 
McDonougli J C, saloon, Mechanic st. 
Mc Fall B II, emp Vt C freight oraee. 
MeF;dl C C, emp Vt C freight office. 



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McGaffey Andrew, harness shop, corner Church and 

Mechanic st, h 66 Cherry st. 
MeGebriek Patrick, emp brewery, h Champlain st, south of 

Maple. 

McGetrick Jas, einp Vt C R E, h Lafountain st, near North 

Bend. 
McGetrick Mathew, emp Perry & Appleton, h Bright st. 
McGetrick Pat, ernp Vt C B, II, h Alien st, near Locust. 
McGinnis Joseph, carter, h 13 Shelburn st. 
McGill Charles, emp Kilburn & Gates, h Union st, near 

Shelburn. 
McGill Frank, emp Kilburn & Gates, h Union st, near 

Shelburn. 
McGill William, emp Kilburn & Gates, h Union st, near 

Shelburn. 
MeGraffy John, emp Burlington Woolen Mill, h New road, 

near brick kiln. 
McGrath John, laborer, h Lake st. 
McGrath John, emp City Water Works, h Chestnut st, near 

North. 
McGrath John S, carpenter, h Spruce st, near Elm. 
McGrath Joseph, mason, h Lhu st. 
McGrath Owen^ mason, h Union st, near Shelburn. 
McGrath Patrick, emp Vt C E II, h lake shore, near Red 

Lock Point. 
MeGowen Michael, h Piue st, south of Maple. 
McGullian Jas, h North Bend st, near Champlain. 
McGuire John, emp A Burton, boards with Mrs S C Ray. 
McHenry Mrs B, h east of Falls Hill. 
Mclnnerncy Dennis, emp Vt C R B, h -10 Water st. 
Mclnnerney Patrick, emp Vt C R R, h Bankst, near Cham- 
plain. 
Mclunerney Johu. printer, emp Free Press Ofike, boards 

with P Mclnnerney. 
McKanna Wm, emp A McGaffey, boards with Miss A Mc- 

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McKanna Miss A, h Maiden Lane, near North. 

McKenzie Patrick, grocery, 112 Cbamplain st, 

McKeongh Francis, h Chumplaiu st near Cherry. 

MeKiven Samuel, emp J A Arthur. 

McKnight Mrs E, h 11! St. Paul st. 

MeKuno Mrs, h cor of North st and Water. 

McLane Mrs A, boards with Miss McKauna. 

McLane Mary A, emp H H Howe & Co. 

McLane John, laborer, h Cbamplain st, near Peru. 

McLane S S, painter, h College st, between Willard and 

Union. 
McLaughlin James, emp B Turk & Bro, h cor of Elm st and 

Spruce. 
McLaughlin Eobert, carpenter, h Spruce st, near Elm. 
McMalacan Michael, emp Shepard, Davis & Co, b Cham- 
plain st. near North. 
McMann Michael, emp Tt C I\ 1\, h Cbamplain st, between 

North and North Bead. 
McMann Michael, emp N T Co, h Water st, between Main 

and College. 
McMann T F, emp Rolfe, Tyler & Co, h Champlain st, near 

Cherry. 
McNeal Mrs A, h east of Falls hi Li. 

McNiel Edward, emp Walker Bros, boards with Jas Lee. 
McNeil John, ernp A K Ballard. 

McWeeney Mies M A, school teacher, boards with E S Taft 
Mc Williams Bros, wholesale aud retail dealers in groceries . 

and provisions, cor Waler and King sts. 
Mc William.-, Charles, firm McWilliams Bros, h Pine st bet 

Pearl and Cherry. 
McWilliams Frank A, (ami McWilliams Bros, h Pino st bet 

Pearl and Cherry. 
McWilliams Mrs E, grocery, Pearl st, bet Cbamplain and 

George. 
McWilliams Patrick, sextoa Cathedral, h 99 Pine st. 
Meaeham Mrs M F, h 9 Unson st. 



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Mead A A, firm W Mead «£■ Sons,, h Pearl st, between Chain- 
plain and George. 

Mead C N, wholesale dealer in tea and tobacco, Main at, 
opposite City Hall, h 6 Maple st. 

Mead E, machinist, h corner North and Champlain sts. 

Mead Miss E, milliner, 27 Church st, boards with H Mead. 

Mead G F, firm "W Mead & Sons, h Pearl st, between Cham- 
plain and George. 

Mead II, h 25 White st. 

Mead J T, h 24 Cherry st. 

Mead Wm, firm WmMead A' Sons, h Pearl st, between Cham- 
plain and George. 

Mead Wm & Sons, dealers in ice and "groceries, Pearl st, 
between Champlain and George. 

Mears A S, painter, h Winooski av, near North st. 

Meech Chas G, student U V M, 11 North College, 

Meech Mrs L C, h Pearl st near Winooski av. 

Meham Ed, laborer, h 19 Cherry st, 

Mellin Mrs J M, dressmaker, h Center st. 

Melo A, emu Rolfe Tyler & Co, h corner of Chestnut and 
North Bend. 

Mercely E, emp Shepard Davis cc Co, h Wheeler's Lane, 
opposite Post Office. 

MERCHANTS' NATIONAL P,ANK, U S Depository, Col- 
lege st. (See adv. ) 

Merrill A H, student U V M. 16 south College. 

Merrill J, carpenter, h Fror.t st, near North. 

Merrill M, em]) Shepard, Davis & Co, h cor of Water and 
Bank sts. 

Merritt Chase, carpenter, boards with Mrs S C Eay. 

Merritt N T, vice president Vt Life Ins Co, h Pearl st. 
e;ist of Maiden Lane. 

Metcalf Albert, carpenter, h 75 Winooski av2. 

Mica Frajik, h Spring st, near North. 

Michand C, grocer, corner Water and Main sts. 



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Middlebrook Jas 0, emp J S Peirce & Son, k Falls hill. 

Miles euip Geo L Linsley, h 55 Wiuooski ar. 

Miller David, livery stable, h King st between 'Water and 
Champlain. 

Miller Frank, laborer, h Champlain st, between King and 
Maple. 

Miller Frank E, emp Yt C K R, h Champlain st, between 
Main and King. 

Miller Mrs E, h Locust st, near North. 

Miller Jos, laborer, h Cherry st, between Champlain and 
Water. 

Miller John, painter, h Champlain st, between King and 
Main. 

Miller J D, emp Kilbura & Gates, h Pearl st, near Champ- 
plain. 

Millham P, emp R I Pierson, boards with K I Pierson. 

Mills Mrs C S, h 5 Church st, cor King. 

Mills E, h 72 North st. 

Mills Jas, carpei. ter, h Bank st, near Water. 

Mills Jas V.', dealer in horses, h Locust st, near Grant. 

Mills 1' D, h Locust st. between Grant and North. 

Mills Miss S C, h cor Maiden Lane & North sts. 

Miner Charles E, firm aimer, Pope & Co, boards with Dr. 
W Carpenter. 

MINEll, POPE & CO, Jobbebs in Teas, and Manufac- 
tukebs Coffees, Sfices, etc. (See adv.) 

Minouson Jos, h North av, near Front st. 

Miron Jos, laborer, h Champlain st, bet College and* Main. 

Miron \Ym, emp Sliepard, Davis & Co, h North av near 
Front st. 

Mitchell Jas & Son, merchant tailors, College st, near Church. 

Mitchell David, silver plater, emp G I Hagar, h 12 Peru st. 

Mitchell D, laborer, boards with J. Miron. 

MitchellJohn, laborer, h Water st, near Cherry. 

Mitchell Mrs, h King st, bet Water and Champlain. 



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Mitchell H M, firm Jas Mitchell & Son, boards with J I) 
Kingsland. 

Mitchell Jacob, emp C Blodgett & Son, h Mechanic st. 

Mitchell Jas, firm Jas Mitchell & Sou, h College st, between 

Chainplain and Pine, 
Mitchell Jos, laborer, h Mechanic st. 
Mitchell Jos, h 85 Locust st. 
Mitchell Zeb, emp Vt C R 11, h S3 North Bend. 
Mitchell Zeb, jr, h 85 North Bend. 

Monahan H P, blacksmith, h Waiter st, bet North & Mum oe. 
Monahan John J, lawyer and insurance agent, h Elm st, 

between Adams and Spruce. 
Monahan Mrs Mary,h Water st, between North and Munroe. 
Monahan Thomas, emp C Biodgett & Son, h Water st. 

between North and Munroe. 
Monta Joseph, emp G W Beckwith, h corner Water and 

Maple sts. 
Montgomery M, emp Yt C It E, boards with W Lathrop. 
Monack Thomas, moulder, h Lake st. 
Moran Isaac, carpenter, h Peru st, between Murray and 

Ciiamplain sts. 

Mooney K A, boot and shoemaker, 83 Church st. 

Moody Mrs A A, h 24 Union sfc. 

Moore Horace L, h Goch st, near North. 

Moore Juhn H, cook, h Chainplain st, between Pearl and 
Cherry. 

Moore Jas B, h Grant st. 

Moore Michael, emp W & D G Crane & Co, h North st, bet 

Water and Champlain. 
Morey Wiliiam, manufacturer of soda wat^r, St Paul st, bet 

Bank and College. 

M ^rgan James, emp Vt C It It, h King st, near Water. 

Meurice Celeste, carpenter, h Front st. 

Meuriceau Win, emp Shepard, Davis &. Co, h Pose st, near 
North. 

Morrison Mrs H, nurse, h Cherry st, between Water and 

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Morrison Wm, emp G S Appleton. 

Morrisy Wm, h Water &t, between Bank and College. 

Morse C P, mason, h Shelbum 6t, south of Adams. 

Morse G F, hat and bonnet bleachery, Church st, between 

College and Bank- 
Morse Geo H, rirm Shepard Davib & Co, h College st, cor 

of Pine. 
Morse Mrs James, h 43 Shelbura st. 
Moss Marceline, h corner Water and King et. 
Mossey Abraham, carpenter, h North st, near Winooski ay. 
Mossey Antoine, carpenter, h Lafountain st, near North. 
Moran John, emp W IS Mayo & Co, h Water st, between 

Pearl and Cherry st. 

Muir Fred, laborer, h North st, near Locust. 
Muir Joseph, carpenter, h Murray st, near North. 
Muir Lewis, saloon, Water st, between King and Maple st. 
Mulcahy James, emp Vt C K B, h 11 Peru st. 
Mullens Mrs C, h 7 Church st. 

Mullens Daniel, laborer, h Willard et, near Shelburn. 
Mulligan James, emp LeG B Cannon. 
Mulligan John, emp LeG B Cannon. 

Mulqueen Dennis, laborer, h Champlain st, bet North and 
North Bench 

Mulqueen Michael, b 36 Cherry st. 

Mulqueen Patrick, emp Vt C II It, h Champlain st, near 

North. 
Mulroe Mrs, h cor I'earl and Pine sts. 
Murdock John, emp Burlington Cotton Mill, a Colchester av, 

near East a v. 

Mure David, laborer, h Main st, bet Union and Church. 
Mure Philip, carpenter, h Howard st, near Willard. 
Murphy Anna M, emp W C Stowtll, boards with Mrs. E 

Murphy. 
Murphy Mrs E, h Pitkin st, near North. 



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Murphy Edward, proprietor Murphy's Hotel, Water st, cor 

King. 
Murphy D G, Dry Goodsand Groceries, 2:2 Water st. boards 

v\ i rli Mis Washburn. 
Murphy D M, boards srifch Mrs. Hughes. 
Murphy John, h North st, near Murray. 
Murphy Kate, emp H H Howe & Co. 
Murphy Michael, laborer, h Champlain st. near North. 
Murphy Michael, emp Kilburn & Gates, h Pitkiu st, near 

North. 
Murphy Patrick, laborer, h Pitkin st, near North. 
Murphv Thomas, emp Kilburn & Gates, h St Paul st, bet 

Pearl aud Cherry. 
Murphy Thomas, laborer, h 5 Main st. 
Murphy P A, emp G B Gray, h Locust st, near North. 
MURRAY A' REED, Deajlees in Cigabs axd Tobaccos, 

P>auk Block College st. (See adv.) 

Murray Charles A, emp Murray and Reed, boards vrith ]> 

Murray. 
Murray Chas, mason, h Willard st, near Shelburn. 
Murray Daniel, firm Murray &Reed, h Adams st, near Union. 
Murray G, gar J<mer, h George st, near Peru. 
Murray Jas, emp City, h Champlain st, near North. 
Murray Frank T, emp Kilburn & Gates, h Mechanic st. 
Murray J M, tailor, h Pitkin st, near North. 
Murray Michael, emp J Mitchell & Sou, h George st, bet 

Monroe and Peru. 

Murray Moses, emp Kilburu & Crates, h Pearl st, between 

George and Champlain. 
Meurice Emiric, carpenter, h Murray st, bet North and Allen* 
Myers Chas, laborer, h Marks Bay. 

ISFabb Capt John, boards vrith Mrs L A Hall. 

Nantelle A, grocer, h junction of Locust st and Interval av. 

Nantelle D, carpenter, h Murray st, near North. 

Nash C P., h M Maiden Lane. 



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Nash E H, carpenter, boards with R T Nash. 

Nash H II, einp custom house, h Union st, near Adams. 

Nash John, grocer, h 17 Cherry st. 

Nash P, laborer, h Shelburo st, near Adams. 

Nash B T, carpenter, h Colchester av, near East a v. 

Neal A, emp A K Ballard, h Hyde st, near North. 

Neil Alfred, emp Mial Davis, h Summit st, near Map!*?. 

NELLIS, CLABK, Impobteb a.nd dealeb in* Cbockeby, 
Glass Wake &nd Papeb Hangings, Church sfc, h Willard 

st, near College. (See adv. at foot of page.) 

Nelson C L, manufacturer of furniture, near Winooski 

bridge, h St Paul st, near Cherry. 
NELSON HENRY J, manufactures and deax.ee in ftjbki- 

tuee, 123 Church st, boards with C L Nelson. (See adv.) 
Neville L, laborer, h Willard st, near Sheiburn. 
Newell Mrs, h sheiburn st, near Union. 
Newell Chas, carpenter, h Lafountain st, near North. 
Newell E, h 34 White st. 
Newton A H, emp A L Barrows. 
Newton Chas, emp Shepard Davis & Co, h Union st, near 

Sheiburn. 
Newton "Fred, emp Shepard Davis & Co, boards with A 

Wright, 
Newton Wm, pilot steamer Adirondack, h Front st, near 

North. 

NICHOLS B S & Co, machinists, Pioneer buildings. 

(Sec adv.) 
Nichols B S, firm B S Nichols & Co, h 21 College st. 
Nichols C P, student U V M, boards with B S Nichols. 
Nichols C W, cabinet maker, h 75 Locust st. 
Nichols Jas, laborer, h Elm st. 
Nichols M, laborer, h Locust st, near North. 
Nichols Sayles, firm of E W Peck & Co, boards at Van Ness 

House. 
Nichette Jos, emp Kilburu & Gated. 



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Nolan John, teamster, h Champlain st, near Maple. 

Nolan John emp B S Nichols & Co, h Chainplaiu *t, near 

North. 
Nolan i'at, emp Kilburu & Gates. 
Northrop John, farmer, h North av. 

Northtop John Jr, emp A K Cole, boards with A II Clark. 
Norton Lonis, emp Smith &. Bagley, boards with Mrs Barnes. 

NOTES CAB0LU8, Lawyee and Beal Estate Agent, over 
Commercial Bank, h Champlain st, near Bank. (See adv. ) 

Noyes M, wholesale dealer in glass, tin and wooden wares, 
Park Block, h -13 Bank st. 

Noyes V P, Banker, College st, near Church. 

Obei , emp H Vickery. 

O'Brien J, emp Shepard, Davis & Co. h Chestnut st, near 
North. 

O'Brien John K, emp \V Thayer, architect, h 33 Shelburne st. 

O'Brien Mary, emp H II Howe £ Co. 

O'Brien Mrs Margaret C, h cor of Water and Main sts. 

O'Brien Thos, cooper, h 33 Shelbnra st. 

O'Brien Thos, emp L C Dodge, h Winooskiav near Hyde st. 

O'Brien Wm, emp brewery, h Champlain st, near Maple. 

O'Clair Jos, painter, h 78 North st. 

0'Coimell D. emp \V 8 Mayo & Co, boards with Mr Hayes. 

O'ConDell E, emp W 8 Mayo & Co, boards with Mr Hayes. 

O'Conuell John, emp T »V S Mayo & Co, boards with Mr 

Hayes. 
O'Connell Mrs Mary, h 112 Champlain st. 
O'Connor -J, emp S L Merrick. 

O'Connor M, gardener, h Sfsrnce st, near Shelbnra. 
O'Day D, laborer, h Champlain st near North. 
O'Grady Mrs, h Water st near Pearl. 
O'Grady Mrs John, h Front st near North. 
Olmstead Geo N, saloon keeper, h near Winooski bridge. 
O'Malley John, emp Vt C B R. h lake shore, nearEed Book 

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O'Mara John, saloon keeper, b 28 Water st. 

Ondette B. emp G L Linsley, h Chestnut st. near North. 

O'Neil E. eiop G L Linsley, h Champlain st near North 

O'Neil Jas, emp Burlington Cotton Mill, h East av. 

O'Neil Ja.s, emp Mo Williams Eros. 

O'Neil John, emp H W Catlin. 

O'Neil Mrs Johu, h Cherry st, between Church and White. 

O'Neil Peter, laborer, h East a v. 

O'Neil R, laborer, h 34 Water st. 

O'Quilligan Thos, laborer, b Spruce st, near Shelburn. 

O'Reilly Jos, laborer, h Mechanic st. 

Osborn Mrs C S h 136 Champlain st. 

Page C, emp G M Peterson, boards with GM Peterson. 

Page D E, emp Vt C R R, h Shelburn st. 

Page H, emp Smith & Bagley, boards with Henry Liberty. 

Page Jas V, emp Shedd & Walker, h Winooskiav, near North. 

Page Nelson, emp Vt C R R, h Shelburn st. 

Page L, h Peru st, bet Champlain and George. 

Page L W, h Adams st. 

Pagell , emp Shedd & Walker, boards at S Walker's. 

Paige E, watchman, h cor Grant st and Winooski av. 
Paige Edwin T, bookkeeper Vt C Depot, h 42 Shelburn st. 
Palmer H, emp Shepard, Davis &. Co, boards with Sirs Ray. 
Pangborn; Mrs B F, h 9 Willard st. 

Papineau AJatoine L, printer, emp Free Press Office, h 
Murray st, between North & Allen. 

Para.lv Edward, carpenter, h Willard st. 

Parady Edward, Jr, board with E Parady. 

Parker F H, student U V M, boards with N Parker. 

Parker Chas, with A F Styles. 

Parker George, emp Amasa Drew, h head of Pine st. 

Parker Harvey M, emp Vt C R R, h Champlain st, between 

Cherry and Dank. 
Parker N, h 42 Main st 



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Parkhurst Stephen, teamster, boards with Jas Zottman. 
Pareau C, emp Walker Eros, hoards with Mr Gero. 
Parrins Clias, carpenter, h Lafountain st. 
Patee G W C, proprietor Alien House, h cor Chui 'eh and 

Main sts. 
Patee Mrs S, h Cherry st, bet Chnrch and St Paul. 
Patterson Joseph, emp Wm Scott, boards with Wm Lathrop. 
Paul Ira H, stoves aud tinware, 71 Church st, h 89 St Paul st. 
Polworth Robert, emp Van Sicklen &, Walker, h behind 

brewery. 
Paxton M, carpenter, h Locust st, near North. 
Payee Lewis, carpenter, h Winooski ave, near Hyde st. 
Payn E H, lock and gunsmith, stamp and stencil engraver, 

cor Church and Cherry st. 
Payn P, emp H W Catlin, h East av. 
Payn S W, h corner Pearl and George st. 
Pease Chas E, emp G A Billings, boards with B E Ray. 
Pease Rollin, emp U S Express Co, h 5 Wiliard st. 
Pease Simeon, h 5 Wiliard st. 
Peaslee Mrs J, h Colchester av, near Pearl st 
Peck <fe Johonnott, leather dealers, 31 Church st. 
Peck Dr E S, office Wires' Block, College st, boards with A. 

C Spear. 

PECK E W & CO, Flour Manliacturers and Wholesale 
Grocers, Colleges!. (See adv.) 

Peck E W, firm Peck & Co, h 118 College st. 

Peck Bros, dry goods, "Bee Hive,'* College st, near Church. 

Peck James, firm Peck Bros, h Bunk st, bet St Paul and 
Pine. 

Peck John E, firm Peck Bros, h Pearl st, between Tnttle <k 
Williams. 

Peck John H. h College st, near Union. 

Peck Miss S B, milliner, firm Peters & Peek. 

Peck Sullivan, h 22 Locust nt. 

Peek II S, law student, boards with S Peek. 



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Peck John IT F, emp Post Office, boards with Geo Dorr. 

Peckett AL b 31 Chaniplain st. 

Pelletier Louis, emp G L Linsley, b Pitkin st near North. 

Penn Thomas, gardener, h Spruce st. 

Pena Peter, engineer steamer United States, b G8 Sbel- 
burn st. 

Peirce J S & Son, grocers, College st. 

Peirce A G, firm Peirce & Son, b Cherry st between 
Church and White. 

Peirce J S, firm Peirce i Son, h Church st, cor Pearl. 

Perkins G, empRoIfe, Tyler & Co, h cor Locust and Allen sts. 

Perkins G H, Prof U V M. boards with Mrs Peaslee. 

Perkins emp Shepard, Davis & Co. h 38 Cherry st. 

Pero N, boards with C P Morse. 

Perrault A, pressman, emp Free Press ofiice, h cor Cham- 
plain and Murray sts. 

Perry and Appleton, livery stable, Mechanic st. 

Perry A M, mason, h foot ol Water st. 

Perry Chas.B, painter, h Maiden Lane, near North. 

Perry Dr N W, boards with A K Ballard. 

•Perry S E, mason, boards with S J Warner. 

Perry Wm, firm Perry & Appleton, h TO Pearl st. 

Peshay Joseph, carpenter, h Winooski av, cor North. 

Pete Joseph, h cor Lafcmniain st and North Bend. 

Peter Fred, carpenter, h North av, near Battery. 

Peters & Peck, milliners, City Hotel building; 

Peters Mrs K A, boarding house, b College st, cor of Centre. 

Peters Miss Nelly, firm Peters &. Peck, boards with Jas W 
Carpenter. 

Peters Mrs Sarah, h Interval av, near Spring st. 

Peterson C G, clerk J L Barstow, h corner St Paul and 
Kin^ sts. 

Peterson Mrs Enos, h cor Willard and Maple sts. 

Peterson Mrs Geo, b cor of King and St Paul sts. 

Peterson G M, grocer, Church st, near College, h King yt, 
bet St Paul and Pine. 



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Peterson John, emp E W Peck & Co, h near Winooski bridge. 
Peterson Thomas, emp Kilburn & Crates, h Colchester av. 
near Winooski. 

Peterson W H, boards with Mrs G Peterson. 
Petty C H, medical student, board* with McK Petty. 
Petty McK, Pro£U V M, h High si. 

Phelps David, wheelwright, h Munroe st, between Water and 
Champlain. 

Phelps Mrs D, h Shelbum st, near Union. 

Phelps E H, student U V M, boards with E J Phelps. 

Phelps E J, lawyer, h Willard st. 

Phelps Frank, boards at Allen House. 

Phelps H M, marble woikker, h No G St Paul st. 

Phelps Mrs H M, millinery and fancy goods, Church st. 

Phelps Jacob, blacksmith, h Munroe st. between Water and 

Champlain. 
Piiipps Oscar, emp Vt C K R, h Locust st, bet Grant and 

North. 

Pichot Henry, civil engineer, h Water st. near North. 
Pickering J D, plumber and dealer in water pipes, shop cor 

Church aud Cherry sts, h Winooski av, near North. 
Pierre Henry, plaster moulder, h ',)2 Champlain st. 
Pierson Mrs Mary Ann, h Allen st, near Murray. 
Pierson Joseph, saloon keeper, h No S King st. 
Pierson E, I, grocer, Church st, Union Block, h Union st, 
Pierson Thomas, emp 1> S Nichols, h 21 North st. 
Pinie Lewis, emp R I Pierson, boards with R 1 Pierson. 
Pine Moses, emp Jloby Bros, boards with Mrs L A Hall. 
Pippin Frank, carpenter, h Locust st, bet Grant and North. 
Pippin Matilda, emp Win Scott, boards with F Pippin. 
Place Allen, emp Shepurd, Davis A" Co, boards with Mrs 

Washburn. 
Plant Frank, laborer, h Front st. 
Plant Joseph, emp E Goodrich. 
Piatt Mrs E L, h 101 Pearl st. 



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Piatt L B, h College st, near Union. 

Piatt L M, boards with L B Piatt, 

niter Louis, einp Shepard, Davis cc Co, h Water st, bet 

Pearl and Cherry. 
Ploof Joseph, einp E W Peck & Co, h near Winooski bridge' 
Ploof Timothy, works at Winooski, h near Winooski bridge. 
Plunket W E, shoemaker, h 117 Champlain st. 
Poirier Joseph, works at Winooski, h near Winooski bridge. 
Pollens Louis, principal High School, h cor Main and Union 

streets. 
Pomeroy John N, h Goch st, near North. 
Pope Edward A, teller Merchants Nat Lank, boards with 

Warren Boot. 
Pope G F, firm Miner, Pope & Co, h Locust st, n^ar Pearl. 
Pope Samuel II, city assessor, h King st, bet Champlain 

and Pine. 
Pope William, mason, h Colchester av, near East av. 
Poro Eber, h North Bend, near Locust st. 
Porter Darius, clerk PostoSiee. 
Post C C, manufacturer put. sap spouts, h Colchester av, 

near Green Mount. 
Potter Wi Ilium, emp Kilbura & Gates. 
Potwin Frank, h Appletvee Point. 

Powderly William, emp Shepard. Davis & Co, h 34 Water st. 
Powell Miss Clara, nurse, boards at 29 Maple st. 
Powell Edmund C, mason, h Union st, near Spruce. 
Powers A W, dealer in pianos and organs, h 20 King st. 
Powers Mrs Mary, boards with James Maroney, h Lake st. 
Powers Patrick, emp Eolfe, Tyler & Co, h Champlain st, 

near North. 
Powers William, emp C Blodgett & Son, h Champlain st, 

bet Pearl and Cherry. 
Praddex Y J, undertaker, shop Strong's Building, Church st, 

boards with James Heath. 
Pratt Lewis, mason, h Lake st near King. 
Pray Andrew, h Maple st bet Church ami St Paul sts. 



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Fray Frank H, emp M Noyes, boards with A Pray. 
Pray John, einp Kilburn & Gates. 

Pressmaker John, laborer, h Lank st. bet Water and Chain- 
plain. 

Prevost Francis, laborer, h Pearl st, cor Pine. 

Prevost John, laborer, h Pearl st, cor Pine. 

Prew Peter, emp Shepard, Pavis & Co, h Pose st, near North. 

Price — — , laborer, h Water st, near Maple. 

Price H M, emp Vt C 31 P. h Maple st, bet St Paul & Pine. 

Price Maria, boards with H M Price. 

Prince Frank, emp Van Sicklen & Walker, h North Bend, 

near Locust. 

FEINTING, All Kinds, doue at the Free Press Office. 

(See adv.) 
Prior Chas, laborer, h Colchester av, near East. 

Prior L H, emp I E Shattuck, boards with Ira Shattuck. 

Pritchard James, h Water st. cor King. 

Proux John, emp Kilburn & Gates, h Murray st. 

Proctor Alfred, farmer, h Bed Pock Point. 

Proctor N P>, h Lake shore, near Red Pocks. 

Prouty A, proprietor of Lavrrence House, cor of Adams and 

Church st. 
Prumier Frank, emp Kilburn & Gates, boards withP Manor. 
Pullman Irving, emp Sbedd k Walker, boards with S Walker. 

Qua Peter, emp E W Peck & Co, h. New road near brick 

kiln. 
Quinn John, emp D Pankin, h 24 Cherry st. 
Quinn Put, emp F Smith, h Champlain st, near Peru. 

lladigan A, laborer, h King st. near Water. 

Eainsey Wm, emp Shepard, Davis & Co, h Main st, between 

Champlain and Water. 
Ramsdell Chas, printer, boards with Geo Loveland. 
Rand G I>, emp Townscnd & Hill, h Champlain st near 

North. 
Eaney Jos, emp S S Stone, h Champlain st, near North. 
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Raine Win, plumber, h Champlain, bet Pearl ..I Cherry sts. 
Rankin D, blacksmith, cor of Winooski aye and Pearl -t, b. 

Colchester av, near East. 
E ay U A, wheelwright, h Front st. 

Ray Mrs J S, boarding house, h cor College and Center sts 
Ray R E, billiard hall, Main st. 
Kay W W, emp D C Barber &, Co, h George st, bet Pearl 

and Mimroe. 
Reachy Charles, emp Shedd & Walker, boards with S 

Walker. 
Read David, h 50 Winooski a v. 
Read Dr H H, dentist, h cor Cherry and Pine sts. 
READ EDWARD M, Music Jealek, Church st, boards 

at Van Ness House. (See adv.) 

Readey Thomas, laborer, h Hyde st. 

Reager P. mason, h Champlain st, near North. 

Redman Mrs M, h 3 Peru st. 

Peed Alonzo, emp Custom House, boards with F Cowee. 

Peed Hopkins A, emp Vc C R R, h Pine st, near Maple. 

Peed Henry S, emp Rolfe, Tyler & €o, boards with H A 
Reed. 

Reed J G, firm Murray & Peed, h College st, between 

Champlain and St Paul sts. 

Reed Miss Jane W, seamstress, h No. 7 Centre st. 

Reep Miss E, school teacher, h No. 36 North st. 

Reilly S A, emp Miss S A Kennedy. 

Reky Felice, laborer, h North Bend, near Locust st. 

Pene Autoine, carpenter, h Allen st, near Locust. 



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Reynolds Miss C, select school, h No 16 Spruce st. 
Reynolds Charles, carpenter, h Winooski av, near Hyde st. 
Reynolds G-eorge, farmer, h Interval, below Goch st. 
Reynolds H H, eating saloon, Church st, near Mechanic. 
Reynolds Lafayette, carpenter, h Champlain st, near North. 
Reynolds W G, clerk at Peck Bros, boards with Geo Dorr. 



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Rhodes C L, teacher, Vt Episcopal Institute. 

Rhone Francis, grocery, corner Champlain st and Pearl, h 

14 Pearl st. 
Rice Miss K L, boards with Mrs A L Marfth. 
Rice Henry, enip Shedd & Walker, boards with 8 Walker. 
Ridgeway R C, emp C Nellis, boards with W. Blackman. 
Richard E E, lawyer, h 60 Pearl st. 
Richardson Miss M A, dress-maker, Church st, between. 

College and Hank. 
Richardson A A, h Locust st, between Pearl and Grant. 
Richardson A E, firm Henry A: Co, h Locust st. 
Richardson Caleb R, h 8-! North st. 
Richardson Frank, boards with A A Richardson. 
Richardson Frank T, emp Henry & Co, boards with A E 

Richardson. 
Richardson Geo A, teamster, Colchester av, heal of East. 
Richardson G R, emp Shepard, Davis & Co, h 80 North st. 
Richardson Henry J, emp Townsend & Hill, boards with 

airs L A Hall. 
Richardson John, emp Roby Bros, boards with Mrs LA Hall. 
Rickard Alonzo, watchman, h 5 spring st. 
Rickeison S B, emp E W Peek & Co, h near Winooski 

bridge. 
Rieau S, carpenter, h Front st, near North. 
RiendeauJos, wheelwright, h North st, between Water and 

Front. 
Riker G P, emp S Beach, boards with Geo Dorr 
Riley P>, emp Shepard, Davis & Co, h 8 Rose st. 
Riley Ellen T, housekeeper for G S Appleton. 
Rilej Frank, emp William Morey, h head of Locust st. 
Riby Joe, emp S Beach, h Mechanic st. 
Lions Simeon, carpenter, h 40 North st. 
Ripley C B, h Winooski av between Grant and North. 
Ripley E L, firm Ripley Oc Holton, boards with C 1> Ripley. 
Ripley & Holton, hardware, 100 Church st. 
•Ritchie Patrick, painter, h 71 North st. 



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Rivard Peter, country produce, 12 city market, h 4 Deca- 
tur st. ' 
Roach Thomas, h Champion st, het Bank and Cherry. 
Robarge A, laborer, h Patsee's building. 
Robarge Alfred, emp Shepard, Davis & Co, h Cherry st, near 

Water. 
Robarge John, laborer, h 35 Champlain st. • 

Robarge John B, grocer, L cor Champlain and Mtmroe sts. 
Robarge Louis, blacksmith, h 15 Murray st. 
Kobarge Moses, city carter, h Interval av, near North. 
Robarge U, blacksmith, h Murray st, bet North and Allen. 
Bobbins Mrs A, h 15 Wilted st. 
Robear Jesse, h Lake st, near Main. 
ROBERTS & WHITCOMB, Agents Equitable Assurance 

Society, office Wires' Bsrilding College st. (See adv.) 
Roberts Daniel, lawyer, office Bank Block, h Main st, bet 

Bine and Champlain. 
Roberts E P, firm Roberts & Whitcomb, li 90 Winooski av. 
Roberts John, laborer, h Locust st, cor Interval av. 
Roberts Joseph, silver plater, emp G I II agar. 
Roberts Louis, laborer, L Champlain st, between Pearl and 

Cherry. 
Roberts R, lawyer, boar--- with D Roberts. 
Robillard Hyacinthe, firaa Harbour & Robillard, h 73 

Winooski av. 
Robillard Oliver, emp E M Lane. 
Robinson Daniel W, em-.Skillings, Whitney Bros A' Barnes, 

h cor Water st and Battery Place. 
Robinson Geo, emp J Lowry, h Winooski av, near Pearl st. 
Robinson John H, studait U V M, boards with Mrs M E 

Robinson. 
Rubiusou Lewis, shoemaker, hcor College and Champlain sts. 
Robinson Mrs M E, h 15 White st. 

Robinson N W, h Maple st, bet Church and Pine. 
Robitearj Achille, laborer, h Main st, bet Chnrcb and Union. 



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Robson Mrs T>, h North Bend, near Locust at. 

Roby C, firm Roby Bros, h Maiden Lane, near Grant st. 

Roby H & Bros, architects and builders, Mechanic st. 

Rfouy fiilas, firni Roby Bro?, h cor Union and Maple sts. 

RobyJJohn, builder, h Maiden Lane, bet Grant and North sts. 

Roby Joseph, sadlor, h Locust st, near North. 

Roby Joseph W, boards with H Roby. 

Roby Rodney, firm Roby Bros, h Maiden Lane, near North. 

Rockwood William, emp C Blodgett &, Son, boards -with Mr 

Phelps. 
Rodden Miss E, h 84 Charnplam st. 
Rogan Joseph, emp G N Willard & Co, h 3 Peru st. 
Rogers Isaac, carpenter, h Winooski av, near North st. 
Rogers Louisa, emp Wni Scott, boards with Mrs Rogers. 
Rogers M, emp C W Lippltt k Co, h 37 Shelburn st. 
Rolfe, Tyler & Co, lumber dealers, office Vt Central depot. 
Rolfe H, firm Rolfe, Tyler & Co, h Main st, bet Union and 

Willard. 
Rolfe J H, emp C Blodgett. 
Rollo Miss, dressmaker, Church st, near Bank. 
Ronger Peter, emp Walker Bros, h Water st. 
Root Warren, h Willard st, near Howard. 
Root Dr. Wm, h GO Pearl st. 

Root William II, City clerk, office City Hall, h Willard st. 
Rose Moses, h Cherry st, bet Water and Champlain. 
Ross Edward, shoemaker, h Champlain st, bet Maple and 

King. 
Ross Frank, carpenter, h Hyde st. 
Ross John, city carter, h Champlain st, near Peru. 
Roucheo Peter, stone cutter, h cor Water and King sts. 
Roucoure Leon, printer, h Chestnut st, near North. 
Ronrke Pat, emp Rolfe. Tyler & Co, h 34 Union st. 
Rouse John, miller, h Mechanic st. 

Rowe Joseph, emp G N Spear, h Peru st, near Champlain. 
Rowe Ransom, foreman news room Free Press office, h 
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Howe R 0, h Union Block, Cliurcli st. 

Rowley P R, firm Trick k Rowley, h Shelburn st, near 
Willa*d. 

Hoy Charley, einp D G Barber & Co. 

Rousseau Alphonse, shoemaker, h 103 Church st. 

Ruggles Hubert A, emp N Allen, boards with Dr H A Cran- 

dall. 
Rumsey Goo, emp Cotton Mill, h near Winooski bridge. 
Rush Edward, h Champlain st, bet Pearl and Cherry. 
Rushlow Alexander, clerk for Malley & Castello, boards at 

Winooski, 
Rushlow Alec, laborer, h King st, near Water. 
Rushlow Wm, emp P Eivard, boards with P Rivard. 
Russell Charles, lawyer, h Pearl st, bet Williams and Goch. 
Russell Ira & Co, grocers, Church st, near College. 
RusseU Ira, emp Shepard, Davis & Co, boards with Mr 

Phelps. 
Russell Ira, firm Ira Russell & Co, h White st, bet Bank and 

Cherry. 
Russell J W, lawyer, office with L B Englesby, boards with 

Ambrose Drew. 
RusseU S E, emp Shepard, Davis & Co, h Peru st. 
Russell Stephen II, house and sign painter, Mechanic st, 

h 7 Union st. 
Russell Stephen H jr, emp E W iVck A Go,, boards with 

S II Russell. 
Russell Thomas, laborer, h Union ht, bet Howard and 

Sprue, 
Russell William, firm Ira Russell A Co, boards with Ira 

Russell. 
Rustedt H E. student U V M, o North College. 
Rustedt P, student U V M..9 South College. 
Rutler Thomas lal>orer, h east of lulls hill. 
Ryan Dan, emp G I Hagar. 
Ryan M, h North av. 
RyauMiss Nanev, dressmaker. 



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Ryan Mrs, King st, above Water. 

Ryan William, emp G W Beckwith & Co, h 34 Water st. 

Ryder F W, student U V M, boards with N Ryder. 

Ryder Nathan, h Colchester av. 

Ryder Patrick, gardener, Main st, bet Church and Union. 

Ryder Peter, emp E W Peel:, h Colchester av, near Pearl st. 

RYER E C, Architect, cor Church and Cherry sts. 

(See adv.) 
Safford Rev G B, Pastor College street Congregational 

Church, h 3 Willard st. 
Safford E, firm E S FuUain & Co, h 63 Bank st. 
Sails Hiram, bricklayer, h 43 Maiden Lane. 
Sails H E, news room, h Maiden Lane. 
Saltus Edward, emp City water works, 34 North st. 
Saltus Freeman, emp Vt C R 11, h cor North and Locust sts. 
Saltus Wm, laborer, h Winooski av. 
Sanborn Geo C, boards with Thos T Sanborn. 
Sanborn Thos T, dep col Customs, h Pine st, bet Main and 

King. 
Sargent C F, crockery & glassware, Union Block, Church st, 

boards at Van Ness House. 
Savoy Frank, h New Road near brick kiln. 
Saxe Robert, emp Arbuckle & Co, boards with J Washburn. 
Scabanongh Mrs, Pattee building, Main st. 
Scarbo John, emp C Blodgett, h on Pitkin st near No Bend. 
Seott Robert, house andsign painter, Whitest near College, 

h on Colchester av. 
Scott Wm, book binder, coy Church and College sts, 

h Maideri*Lane. 
Scot! W J, agent Gt W K R, h cor King and Champlain sts. 
Scully J B, emp E Barlow, h Centre st. 
Scully Patrick, painter, h Elm st. 

Seabury Martha, emp H nry & Co, boards with Mrs Isham. 
Seaver A B, provision dealer, store and house 69 North st. 
Seaver B, builder, 1(J Winooski av. 
Segoy Fred, laborer, Champlain st near Peru. 



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Sequin Louis, city carter, h 15 North Bend. 

Semard Dr F, hoards with Mrs Isham. 

Semeau Jos, h cor Champiain 6t and North. 

S^g ne t S 3, enrp II J Nelson, boards with Mrs Kay. 

Senoria S, boarding house, cor Champiain and Maple st<?. 

Sexton Mrs, h np stairs cor Water and Main sts. 

Sexton Tom, emp City, h North st near Murray. 

Seymour Antoine, emp A K Ballard, h Spring st near Noith 

Bend. 
Seymour B R, firm Van Sicklen, Walker & Co, boards with 

J B Seymour. 
Seymour J B, h v 27 Maple st. 
Seymour Miss H, h cor Pearl and St Paul sts. 
Shabeuno 0, laborer, h Water st, south of Maple. 
Shane Patrick II, emp Shepard, Davis & Co, h North av, 

near North st. 
Shanly Patrick, gardeuer, h cor Adams and Elm sts. 
Shanly William, emp D A Snialley, h 6 Elm st. 
Shapee Frank, boarding bouse, cor King and Champiain sts. 
Sharpley D T, emp Custom House, h Winooski av, near 

North. 
Sharpley John T, emp Kilburn & Gates, h North Bend, 

near Winooski av. 
Sharon Damon, emp Chase & Smith, h Chestnut st, near 

North Bend. 

Shattuek Ira, h College st, her Willard and Union. 

SHATTUCK I E, Deai>eb es Haedwake and Paints, cor 

College and Church sts, boards with Ira Shattuek. 

(See adv.) 

Shattuek Mrs Sarah, h 15.3 Champiain st. 

Shaw Mrs G B, h Union st, bet Maple and Adams. 

Shaw Wm G, city judge, h Union st, bet Maple and Adams. 

Shay Dennis, emp B Turk A' Co, h Dim .st, bet Adams and 

Spruce. 
Sh.iy John, emp Wm Thomas, h cor Chainplain and North 

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Shehan Cornelius, mason, h Hyde st, near North. 

Shehan Mary, grocery, G Cherry st. 

Shehan Patrick, ernp Vt C 11 II, h Water st, near Munroe. 

Sheahan Patrick, mason, h Spruce st. 

Shehan William, butcher, h North av. 

Shedd & Walker, jobbers in tin ware and general baiter, 

Union Block, Church st, 
Shedd J A, linn Shedd & Walker, h Church st, cor Cherry. 
Shedd Lorenzo, emp Shepard, Davis & Co, boards with A 

Wright. 
Sheldon C II, mail agent, h 29 George st. 
Sheldon Mary E, boards with Mrs Green. 
Sheldon M G, manufacturer horse radish, College st, cor 

Mechanic, boards with N B Flanagan. 
Sheldon Seymour, emp Vt C"R E, h Front st. 
Sheran James, laborer, h Champlain st, cor Cherry. 
Sherman Charles G, emp W & D G Crane, boards with E 

Johnson. 
Shepard, Davis & Co, lumber dealers, office foot of College st. 
Shepard Mrs E, tailoress, h 7 Church st. 
Shepard Edward O, emp Blodgett & Sweet, boards with Mrs 

Shepard. 
Shepherd Nelson, emp Kilborn<£ Gates, h Chestnut st, near 

North Bend. 
Shepherd, Peter, carpenter, boards with A Tatro. 
Shepherd William, wheelwright, h cor Cherry and Water sts. 
SLepley Ida, boards with Mrs Lsham. 
Sheridan Patrick, emp City water works, h Chestnut st. 
Sheridan Patrick, emp 11 il Howe & Co, h Champlam st, 

bet Cherry and Pearl. 
Shiatte , emp E D Pickering, h Winooski av, near Pearl. 

Sherwin Charles, emp Shepard, Davis & Co, boards with E 

Johnson. 
Shorthead Cbas, emp 1) C Barber & Co. 
Shortslceves Dennis, emp C Blodgett & Son, h Winooski 

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Shortsleev* a Elizabeth, emp Wm Scott, boards with Mrs 

Shortsleeves. 
Shortsleeves Henry, emp Roby Bros, boards with N Short- 

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Shortsleeves Moses, laborer, h Bright st. 
Shortsleeves Napoleon, emp Rolfe, Tyler & Co, h Hyde st. 
Sixnonds Edward, emp F H Simonds A Co, boards with Mrs 

L A Hall. 
SIMONDS F H & CO. Dry Goods, cor Church and College 

streets. (See adv.) 

Simonds F H, firm F H Simonds & Co, h cor St Paul and 

Maple sts. 
Simpson George, watch mater, Church st, h 1A Centre st. 
Simpson Miss M A, dress-maker, h 1-1 Centre st. 
Simpson Sarah, emp H FT Howe & Co. 
Sinclair Orville, h Falls hill. 
Skeels Myron P, deputy collector customs, boards at Van 

Ness House. 
Skillings, Whitney Bros A Barnes, lumber merchants, office 

Maple st. 
Slater Ed, emp B S Nichols & Co, h ^vYater st, near North. 
Smalley B B : clerk U S Dist Court, h 30 Maple st. 
Smalley D A, Judge U S Dist Court, h cor Shelburn and 

Adams sts. 
Smalley Eugene A, boards at D A Smalley's. 
Smalley Jacob M, h Union st, head of Spruce. 



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Smith E F, firm Blair & Smith, h Maiden Lane. 

Smith F, h cor Water st and Battery. 

Smith 1 W, at Lawrence House. 

Smith G V.. student V V M. 

Smith Geo T, h Colchester ave near East. 

Smith H C, meat market, 2 city market, h Colchester av. 

Smith H C A, barber, cor Church and Mechanic's st, h 
Pine st. 

Smith H M, carpenter, Maple st between Pine and Cham- 
plain. 

Smith Mrs Jas, h 3 Mnnroe st. 
•Smith John, emp C Blodgefet & Son, boards at J Brownell's. 

Smith J, h Maiden Lane, bet Grant and North sts. 

Smith Mrs -1 D, h 19 Winooski av. 

Smith Milo, emp Shepard, Davis & Co, boards at Wm, 
Lathrop's. 

Smith Otis, farmer, h interval near bridge. 

Smith Pat, emp A Dodge, h Water st, bet Pearl and 
Cherry. 

Smith Peter, emp B S Nichols & Co. 
Smith Mrs R F, at Mrs II W Francis'. 
Smith L E, firm Chase & Smith, h 49 Winooski av. 
Smith S S, h Grunt st, bet Winooski av and Maiden Lane. 
Smith William, firm Smith & Bagley, hMain st, bet Church 
and Union. 

Smith W II, carpenter, h North st, near Maiden Lane. 
Smuliens John, laborer, h Champlain st, bet King & Main. 
Snay David, emp Vt C K R, b King st, near Water. 
Snay Henry, emp G L Linsley, h King st, near Water. 
Snyder Aiex, emp Rolfe, Tyler & Co, h Pitkin st, near 
North. 

SourditYe Oliver, emp G L Linsley, h 26 North st. 
SourdrB'e Peter, emp G L Linsley, h 26 North st. 
Soragan John, h cor Maple and Water sts. 
Spalter A D, teacher, h 96 Winooski av. 



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Spaulding Almon, jr, h Champlain st, near North. 

Spaulding Alpheus. j)ainter, h Shelburn st, near Spruce. 

Spaulding Mrs C, h GG Cherry st. 

Spaulding J L, house, sign & carriage painter, Church st, 
near Cherry, h Champlain st, near North. 

Spaulding J L, inspector customs, h North av. 

Spaulding M R, h 33 White sf 

Spear Aaron, mason, h 45 Winooski av. 

Spear George N, mason, h Fine st, cor Pearl and Cherry. 

Spear Amos C, h 145 College* st. 

Spear Horace, mason, h Tine st, bet Pearl and Cherry. 

Spear Moses, mason, h 25 Winooski av. 

Spear Wilbur, emp lioby Bros, boards with Mrs L A Hall. 

Spear W PI, mason, h Hyde st, cor Pomeroy. 

Spelman John, laborer, h Water st, bet College and Main. 

Spcnce John, painter, h Winooski av, junction of Maiden 
Lane. 

Spencer J H, boards with B S Nichols. 

Spicer M H, emp M I Fisher, boards with H C Drew. 

Spooner Dr. Whipple, boards with F J Hendee. 

Stacy Anne, emp H II Howe & Co. 

Stacy Miss Caroline, h North st, bet Winooski av and Maiden 
Lane. 

Stacy Mrs II B, h cor Pine and King sts. 

Stacy Louis, baker, emp S Leach. 

STACY C & CO, Livers Stable, American Hotel. 

(See adv.) 

Stacy C, firm C Stacy S: Co, h 8 Church st. 

Stacy Peter, h near Prospect rock. 

Stamford It F, farmer, Apple Tree Point. 

Stamford Joshua, gardener, h 6 Elm st. 

Stannard Geo J, collector of customs for district of Ver- 
mont, h cor Pearl and George sts. 

Stanton Mrs H, h 15 Cherrv st. 



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START & WATSON, Lawyers, office Peek's Block Ool- 
bge st. (See adv.) 

Start E El, firm Start & Watson, h North a v. 

Stay Paul, emp Shepard, Davis & Co, h Water st, bet Bank 
aud Cherry. 

Stay Joseph, enip (J- N Willard A Co, h cor Shelburn and 
Union sts. 

Steady Eugene, enip D C Barber & Co. 

Stearns Edwin, h near Winooski bridge. 

Stearns Henry, erup B S Nichols & Co, boards vrith Wm 
Lathrop. 

Stearns N, h 10-i Pearl st. 

STEARNS K B & CO, Dicuogists, College st, near Church. 

(See adv.) 

Stearns E B, firm B B Stearns & Co,h cor Union and Ad- 
ams sts. 

Stebbins Miss Mary, servant, No 15 Whitest. 

Steele Alexander, enip Shedd & Walker, boards with S Walker. 

Stephens Milton, emp C Blodgett & Son, boards with A 
Wright. 

Stetson Mrs A, h Locust st, near Grant. 

Stewart H M, enip Kilburn &Gates. 

Stilphen Mrs A C, dress-maker, Church st. 

Stockwell Gibson, carriage trimmer, h 7-i W r inooski av. 

Stoddard Wm, lumber merchant, h Shelburn st. 

Stone A F, brewer, h 31 Wiuooski a v. 

Stone Ed, carpenter, h Falls hill. 

Stone J A, Stanton House, h Champlain st, bet Pearl and 
Munroe. 

Stone Mrs Mary, h Wiuooski av, bet Grant and North sts. 

Stone M H, firm Allen & Stone, h Grant st, near Locust. 

Stone W L, emp A F Stone, boards with A P Stone. 

Storrs A C, firm C Storrs <fc Co. 

Storrs C & Co, meat market, 107 Church st. 

Storrs Chas, firm C Storrs & Co, h Colchester av, near East. 
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Storrs M S, firm M S Storrs & Co, ii Red Rock road, near 

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Storrs M S & Co, meat market, Church st, near Cherry. 
Storrs S, butcher, h Madden Lare, near Tearl st. 
Stoughton A G, mason, h Colchester av, near Green Mount 

Cemetery. 
Stow Geo L, student U V M, boards with L Nelson. 
Stow Mrs M S, hoards with C L Nelson. 
Stowell Wm C, Burlington hoop skirt factory, Church st, 

hoards at Stanton House. 
St Amore F, einp C Blodgett & Son, h Chestnut st, near 

North Bend. 
St Antoine Emily, boards with Mrs Tibbitts. 
St Dennis Thomas, shoemaker, h Peru st, near Murray. 
St Germain Lewis, emp Shepard, Davis & Co, h Lafonntain 

st, near North. 
St Joseph's Orphan Asylum, (Roman Catholic) cor Pearl 

and Green sts. 
St Peter A, farmer, h Shelburn st, near Red Rock Road. 
St Peter Chas, laborer, h Mechanic st. 
St Peter Jos, laborer, h Lane, opposite postoffice 
St Peter Jos, emp I) Taylor, boards with A St Peter. 
St Peter Jos, laborer, h Mechanic st. 
St Peter R, emp Kiiburn & Gates, h 12 Peru st. 
St Pierre B, emp Kiiburn & Gates, h Locust st, neai North. 
Strong A G, dealer in hardware & paints, Church st, h 

Williams st, near College. 
Strong R C, emp A Barton, h Shelburn st, near Spruce. 
Strong Wm L, boards at Lawrence Honse. 
Sturgeon F, emp Wing & Smith, h 7 Murray st 
Styles Geo E, emp R S Styles, boards with R S Stylo-. 
Styles Geo W, cigar maker, h 11 Winooski av. 
Styles R S, printer, Peck's Block, Main st, h cor Main and 

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Sullivan Cornelius, laborer, fa Lake st, near King. 

Sullivan Daniel, ewp Drew & Davis, h Chestnut fit, near 
North Bend. 

Sullivan Daniel, watchman, h Chestnut st. 

Sullivan Daniel, laborer, h 76 Water st. 

Sullivan Lewis J, boards with Mrs Hughes. 

Sullivan Milo M. 

Sullivan May, h cor Main and Champlain sts. 

Sullivan Mick, einp Shepard, Davis & Co, h Water st, near 
Main. 

Sullivan Patrick, emp C Blodgett & Son, h Chestnut st. 

Sumner Chas A, cashier Howard Nat Bank, h 20 Locust st. 

Sutherland Albert, accommodation carriage, boards at Stan- 
ton House. 

Sutton EM, h Shelburn st. 

Swan Wm H, emp Kilburn & Gates, boards with J H Gates. 

Sweeney James, h Water st, near Pearl. 

Sweet P T, firm G S Blodgett & Co, h Union st. 

Sym Andrew, emp S Beach, h Church st, near P O. 

Tuft Albert, empB S Nichols & Co, h Water st.near Battery. 

Taft A, emp Lord & Jones. 

Taft E W, firm Hindes A Taft, h Pine st, bet College and 

Main. 
Taft F L, firm Vincent & Taft, boards at Lawrence House. 
Taft L L, emp A Drew, boards with A Drew. 
Taft Russell S, firm Wales & Taft, h cor of Union and 

Adams sts. 

Tague John, h Cherry st, bet Champlain and Pine. 

Talcott H H, lawyer, othce ever Merchants' National Bank, 

College st, boards at Van Ness House. 
Tniiguay Dr 0, h Church st, opposite Stanton House. 
Tuplin E, marble worker, h cor Adams and Wijlard sts. 
Taro Alfred, h cor Champlain and Maple sts. 
Tatro A, carpenter, h Interval av, near North st. 
Tatro Mrs C, h Winooski av, near Hyde st. 



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Tatro Jos, h North st, near Locust. 
Tatro Jos, jr, saloon, Mechanic st. 
Taylor A, nnrseryman, h 67 Shelbnrn st. 

Taylor Mrs C, h White st, near College. 

Taylor Daniel, enip G \V Beckwith, h Main st, near Water. 

Taylor H, emp Shepard, Davis & Co, h Maiden Lane, near 

North st. 
Taylor Horatio, emp S C Kimball & Co, h Maple st, bet 

Champlain and Fine. 
Taylor Jas, emp T H Canneld, b Rock Point. 
Taylor Stephen, painter, b Murray st, bet North and Allen. 
Tebo N, emp G L Linsley, b North av, near North Bend. 
Tebo Mrs 0, b Lafountain st, near North. 
Tellier Miss L, teacher, h 36 North st. 
Tenny Dr G H, office cor Church and Main fits. 
Thayer L, carpenter, b Maiden Lane, bet Grant and 

North sts. 
Thayer Mrs S W, h 4 Church st 
Thayer W, architect, h cor Union and Howard sts. 
Thomas Mrs, b Mechanic st 
Thomas Beriah It, h Sniitb's Lane. 
Thomas Fred, emp Shepard, Davis & Co, boards with J W 

Thomas. 

Thomas Mrs H, h Champlain st, near College. 

Thomas Harmon, emp G L Linsley & Co, h CO Union st. 

Thomas J B, emp C B Gray, h 7 Murray st, 

Thomas J B, jr, boards with J B Thomas. 

Thomas Joel B, emp City water works, b Smith's Lane. 

Thomas W H, meat market, Pearl st, near George, h George 

st, near Munroe. 
Thompson C J, wheelwright, emp H Viekery, Pearl st. 
Thompson A, h 90 Water st. 
Thompson Chas, carpenter, h 60 Pearl st. 
Thompson Fred, teacher Vt Episcopal Institute. 
Thompson II W, janitor of College, h College grounds. 



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Thompson M 1> L, printer, h "Manioc st, bet Champlain and 

Water. 

Thompson Mrs Z, h Tattle st, near College. 

Tliorien Jos, wheelwright, h Cherry st, bet Water & Chain- 
plain. 

Thornton Geo, mason, h cor White and Cherry sts. 

Thornton Jas F, emp Arbuckle & Co, boards with J Wash- 
burn. 

Thornton Robert, mason, h Colchester av, near Pearl st. 

Tibbitts Mrs C, dressmaker, h Munroe st, near Champlain. 

Tibbitts E P, h Manroe st, near George. 

Tibbitts Wm E, h Munroe st. near Champlain. 

Tiftany W F, express messenger, h Winooski av, near 
Grant st. 

Tindall W J, decorator, h Union st, near Spruce. 

Tobias John, emp steamer Grand Isle, h Winooski av near 

North st. 
Tobin T M, emp Shepard, Davis & Co, boards with Mrs L 

A Hall. 
Toby G, emp Blair & Smith. 
Tobey L H, music teacher, h George st. 
Torrey A, jr, student U V M, boards with II A P Torrey. 
Torrey H A P, Prof U V M, h Green st, near College. 
Towsley E A, meat and fish market, Mechanic st. 
Towle Geo, emp Peck Bros, boards with Dr II Crandall. 
Townsend & Hill, carpenters A builders, White st, near 

College. 

Townsend (.'has E, emp Henry & Co, boards with W II 

Townsend. 
Townsend E, nap W A Tyler. 
Townsend' W H, Jhm Townsend A Hill, h Grant st, near 

Winooski a v. 

Tracy Mary, dressmaker, boards with Mrs Fay. 
Tracy 11, h Pine st, bet King and Maple. 
Tracy I, emp E Goodrich. 






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Tracy J F, carpenter, h Pitkin st, near North Bend. 

Tracy Mrs N, h Front st, near North. 

Traverses Albert, carpenter, h Colchester av, near East a 7. 

Traverseo Jos, emp Chftse & Smith, h Colchester av, near 
Fast. 

Trick & Rowley, meat market. City Market. 

Trick E H, firm Trick &. Rowley, h North Bend, near 
Winooski av. 

Trimble A, emp Shepard, Davis & Co, h Maple st, near Water. 

Trombey Win, laborer, h 71 Water st. 

Trouchiel B, h Allen st, near Locust. 

Truman A, h Shelbuvn st, near Union. 

Truman Jas, capt steamer Ignatius Tyler, h -1 Shelburn st. 

Truman L F, h 6" Shelburn st. 

Tryon C, emp Vt C B P., boards with Mrs L Follett 

Tucker N, boards with Mrs Deming. 

Tuplle P, painter, h 37 North St, 

TUSK r» & BRO, CiiOXKiEKS & Dealers in Gents Furnish- 
ing Goods, Bank Block, College St. (See adv.) 

Turk B, firm B Turk & Bro, h cor College and Willard sts. 

Turk Louis H, firm B Turk & Bro, boards at American Hotel. 

Turrill L D, h Pearl st, near Maiden Lane. 

Tute N, printer, boards at 1-i Bauk st. 

Tuttle Albert C, firm K B Steams & Co, boards with Mrs 
J French. 

Twant N, laborer, h behind brewery. 

Twoagy E H, inspector, h Lakest. 

Tyler Goo O, firm Rolfe, Tyler & Co, h cor St Paul and 

College Bt». 

Tyler Frank, h Grant st. bet Locust st and Winooski av. 
Tyler M 11, firm Tyler A Whittemore, h George st, near Pearl. 
TYLER & WHITTEMORE, Lawyers, office Bank Block, 
College st. (See adv. ) 

Tyler W A, dealer in stores and tin ware, Church st, near 
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Underwood Levi, lawyer, h cor Pearl and Goch sts. 

Upson B A, h Water st, near North. 

Upson H S, telegraph operator, fa Main st, bet Union and 

Church. 
Urquhart Jas, enip C B Gray, h Chaniplain st, near King. 
Valiquett Joseph, laborer, h G Drew's Lane. 
Vallee D, emp W W Wood, b Winooski av, near Hyde st. 
Vandandaigue A. meat market, cor Murray and Peru sts, h 

Shelburn st, near Union. 
Van Narnee D A. h 1 St Paul st. 
VAX SICKLES,. WALKEK & CO, Wholesale Gbocees & 

Commission Merchants, cor Water and Maple sts. 

(See adv.) 
Van Sieklen Fred M, firm Van Sicklen, Walker &, Co, h 

Elin st, near Maple. 
Van Patten W J, enrp Henry &. Co, boards with Geo Dorr. 
Van Tassell E D, emp Smith & Bagley, h Locust .st, near 

North. 
Varney D M, gunsmith, opposite Post Office, h Cherry st, 

near Champlain. 
Varney J W, emp Sbedd A: Walker, boards with S Walker. 
Velpliy A. emp W A- D G Crane, h Lai'onntain st. 
Veraneau 1>, blacksmith, h 58 Water st. 
Verran 0, grocer, h cor North and Chestnut sts. 
Yerran Mrs T, h near Winooski biidge. 
Vesu E, sail<>r, h Locust st, near Interval av. 
Vickerv 11, carriage maker, h and shop Pearl st, near White. 
Vidalle E, labor* r, h 2 Drew's Lane. 
Viele E, manufacturer of brick, h College st. near Pine. 
Viele W B, emp Wheelock & Griffiu, h 10 Maiden Lane. 
Viens N 0, sailor, h Decatur st 
Vilas W R, h cor l't ;»rl and Goch sts. 
Villiot E. emp C Blodgett A Son, h 26 North st. 
Vineellette Chas, emp S C Cutting. 
VIXCENTA TAFT, Deuc.gists & Apothecaries, Church st, 

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Vincent Frank, grocer, h 11 North Bond. 

Vincent Peter, printer, h 82 North st. 

Vincent Peter, saddler, h 11 Decatur st. 

Vincent -Peter, *tearnster, h 11 Nortli Bend. 

Vincent Br W S, firm Vincent & Taft, h Locust st, near Grant. 

Vissina E, emp Smith & Bagley, boards with Mrs Welch. 

Veasy John, emp steamer Adirondac, h 10 Spring st. 



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Wager Br S W, h cor Pearl and White. 

Waineau Jos, laborer, h North st, near Front. 

Waimvright C, h Battery Place, near Water at. 

Waite W E, emp Lyman & Allen 

Wales & Taft, lawyers, office City Hall. 

Wales T E, firm Wales & Taft, b 21 Winooski av. 

Wakefield Jas, emp Van Sicklen, Walker & Co, h Pine fit, 
near Ban!:. 

Wakefield S, emp Kilbnrn &. Gates, b 16 Skelburn st. 

Walker C C, emp B Turk &: Bro, boards at Van Ness House. 

Walker Ed, emp Van Sicklen, Walker & Co. 

Walker Frank, carpenter, boards with J Nash. 

Walker H, firm Sh'edd & Walker, b SO Pearl st, ■ 

Walker John, b Colchester av, near Green Mount Cemetery. 

Walker Bros, marine workers, St Paul st, near College. 

Walker L A. marble worker, h 40 Shelbnrn st. 

Walker K B. marble worker, h 40 Shelburn st. 

Walker O J. firm Van Sicklen, Walker & Co, h King st, 
near Pine. > 

Walker S, firm Sbedd A Walker, h Bank st, near Church. 

Walker Win W, firm Van Sicklen, Walker & Co, b Xing at, 

near Pine. 
Walkley Win E. agent Wilcox <fc Gibbs' sewing machine, 

Union Block, Church st. boards at Van Ness House. 
Wall D, blacksmith, b eor Rose and North sts. 
Wattles Henry, emp Vt C R R, boards with Wm Lathrop. 
Walton E, harness-maker, College st, near Church, boards 

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Walton Jas, machinist, hcor North and Murray sts. 

Walton J H, emp E Walton, h 31 rearl st. 

Walton Miss Margaret, h coi North and Murray sts. 

Walton Miss Maria, h cor North and Murray sts. 

Ward C F, merchant tailor, College st, cor St Paid, h 

Cherry st, near Church. 

Ward C M, teller Burlington Savings Bank, boards with 
C F Ward. 

Ward G, e7np Burlington Woolen Mill, h New road, near 

brick kiln. 

Ward P, boards with Mrs Hughes. 

Warden Miss M M, boards with N K Brown. 

Wardlow John, carpenter, h Champlain st, bet Cherry and 
Bank. 

Wardlow J W, emp I H Paul, boards with J Wardlow. 

Wardwell Geo B, h 30 White st. 

Wardwell J W, h 30 White st. 

Ware Bev L G, pastor Unitarian Church, boards with liiss 

M Loomis. 

Warner Adams, boards with Wm Lathrop. 

Warner G L, dealer in feed, flour and grain, 115 Church st, 

h Bil Church st. 
Warner II G, with G L Warner, boards with G L Warner. 
Warner Miss J G. teacher, boards with G S Biodgett. 
Warner Mrs Laura, dressmaker, h 7 Church st. 
Warner J S, mason, h Shelburn st, near Kilburn & Gates' 

mill. 

Warner T H, emp S Beach, h Champlain st, bet College and 
Bank. 

Warr Jos, laborer, h Water st, near Main. 

Warren J 11, expressman, h cor Cherry and Pine. 

Warren T If. emp S Beach, h Champlain st, bet College and 

Bank. 

Washburn Frank, painter, boards with Mrs Hughes. 

Washburn Harmon, boarding house, Water st, near Main. 

Washburn .J, mason, h Champlain st, south of Maple. 



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Waters Mrs J B, h Champlain st, bet Pearl and Munroe. 
Waters J H, machinist, h Champlain st, between Pearl and 

Munroe. 
WATERS W H, DeN'tist, corner of Church and Bunk ets, 

b 55 Pearl st. (See adv.) 

Watkins Win, emp Stanton House. 
Watson A G, U S ass't assessor, firrn Start &, Watson, 

Bank Block, College st, boards with A H Clark. 
Watson Mrs E, h 03 Champlain st. 

Watson J A, barber at Van Ness House, h Wheeler's Lane. 
Watson S S, emp Burlington Cotton Mill, h near Winooaki 

bridge. 
Watson Wm G, book-keeper for C Blodgett &. Son. 
Wead C K, student U V M, 6 North College. 
Webb Mrs B, h 70 Pine st. 
Webster Mrs C M, dressmaker, h White st, between College 

and Bank. 
Webster S C, engineer, h corner College and Champlain sts. 
Weed Mrs F L, h Grant st, between Locust st and Win- 

ooski ave. 
Welch Mrs E, h Peru st, near Champlain. 
Welch Mrs M, hair dresser, h Peru st. 
Welch Mrs Mary, h Water st near North. 
Welch Pat, emp brewery, h behind brewery. 
Welch Put, laborer, h Water st, near North. 
Welch Thus, euip Gas Co. h Pose st, near North Bead. 
Weller G D, city assessor, h corner of Cherry and White st. 
Weller Nellie, emp H H Howe & Co. 
Weller W E, dry goods merchant. 79 Church st, boards with 

G D Wclk-r. 
Wells Edward, firm Henry A' Co, h 12 St Paul st. 
Wells Ered H, emp Henry i Co, boards at 12 st Paul st. 
Wells G N, emp Kilburn & Gates, h b Church st. 
Wells Henry, einp Henry 4 Co, boards at VI St Paul st. 



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Wells Miss Mary, teacher, boards at 15 Willard st. 

Wells R W, emp Kilburu & Gates. 

Wells S K, c->al merchant, office with Wheelock & Griffin, 

Church st. 
Wells Win, firm Henry & Co, h 12 St Panl st. 
West Mrs O, h North Bend, near Locust st. 
Weston, Jones & Co, meat, market aid provision store, 87 

College st. 

Weston S E, firm Weston, Jones & Co, h 87 College, st. 
Whalon Mrs C, h Chaniplain st, near Munroe. 
Wheaton P P, student U V M, 2 North College. 
Wheeler Mrs M C, h Green st, between Main and College. 
Wheeler Horace, h 38 St Paul st. 

Wheeler J B, student U V M, boards with Mrs MC Wheeler. 
Wheeler Mrs L H, h Main st, near Tattle. 
Wheeler N P, emp Henry & Johnson, boards with W W 
Henry. 

Wheeler R, emp E W Peck & Co, h near Winooski bridge. 

Wheeler S H, student U V M, 10 South College. 

Wheeler Thos, emp A Prouty. 

Wheeler William, emp E Walton. 

Wheelock & Griffin, dealers in stoves & tin ware, Church st, 

near Main. 
Wheelock S, gardener, h Hyde st. 
Wheelock T A, firm Wheelock & Griffin. 
Whitcomb II A, carpenter, emp D C Barber & Co. 
Whitcomb W H S, ins agt, firm Roberts & Whitcomb, h 

Locust st, near Grant. 
White Miss A, h cor College and Center sts. 
White A, emp \V A Tyler, h Lafountain st, near North. 
White B O. student U V M, 11 North College. 
White II S & Son, dealers in groceries and provisions. City 

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White Henry S, firm H S White & Son, boards with H S 

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White II S, firm II S White & Son, h Elm st, near Adams. 

White Jos, emp Shepard, Davis & Co. h 21 Shelburn st. 

White Nelson, grocery & fruit store, cor Church and Main 
sts, h 20 Locust st. 

Whiting A C, student U V M, 15 north College. 

Whitney A A, emp C L Hart, boards with C L Hart. 

Whituey Mrs G H, dealer in ^Millinery & fancy goods, 10 
Church st. 

Whitney C H, hat and fur store, 42 Church st, h Elm st. 

Whitney GI, h 85 Pearl st. 

Whitney Geo W, emp S Huntington, boards with S Hun- 
tington. 

Whituey H, h 85 Pearl st. 

Whitney Lyman, emp Vt C E, H, boards with Mr. Curtis. 

Whitney Z B, student, U V M, boards with J A Shedd. 

Wight Chas, emp A K Ballard, h GO Winooski av. 

Wight II M, emp Kilburn & Gates, h 44 Shelburn at. 

Wight Franklin, deputy sheriff, h 60 Winooski av. 

Wight Jas, groeer, h 39 George st. 

Wilbreneau 0, shoemaker, li George, st, near North. 

Wilkins F II, emp G W Beckwith, boards with N Parker. 

Y>~i]kins H, emp Vt C It E, h 135 Champlain st. 

Wilkins W H, emp G W Beckwith, h 31 Maple st. 

Willard Rev A J, boards with H P Hick ok. 

Willard G N, stone dealer, h 73 Shelburn st. 

Willard Jas N, contractor, h 20 College st. 

Willard If B, stone dealer, h Shelburn st. 

Willard Levi, h SO Shelburn st. 

Willard M A, emp A G Strong, h Willard st, near Main. 

Wilcox Eev M A, pastor Baptist Church, h 00 Bank st. 

Willett E, upholsterer, h 11 Center st. 

Willett F, emp Smith & Chase, h -10 North st. 

Willett Geo, brush maker, h Smith's Lane. 

Williams Geo, firm Anthony, Williams & Co, h Locust st, 
near North. 

Williams H C, emp C Nellis, boards at Stanton House. 



Plated Ware and Cutlery of all kindsat 



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Williams L, carpenter, boards with Mr Barnes. 

Wilson Geo, carpenter, h 12 Maiden Lane. 

Wing A G, emp Wing & Smith, boards with Mrs H Wing. 

Wiug G F, emp Vt C freight office,, boards with PI 11 Wing. 

WIXG & SMITH, jManufactobebs and Dealers in Lasts, 

Boot Teees, &c., Pioneer building. (See adv.) 

Wiug Mrs H, h Pearl st, near Pine. 
Wing II R, arm Wing & Smith, h 91 Water st. 
WING-ATE C W, dealer in Watches and Jewelry, 154 

Church st. (See adv. ) 

Winters J, laborer, h Winooski ave, near Hyde st. 
Wires E 0, ins. agt, h St Paulst, near Bank. 
Wires R 8, firm S & R S Wires, boards with J D Hatch. 
Wires Mrs S, h eor of College and Willard sts. 



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Witheral A B, firm Miner, Pope& Co, h Whitest, near Cherry. 

Wointerre Chas, laborer h lane opposite Post Cilice. 

Wolcott Chas, h 9 Church st. 

Wood Henry, h Munroe st, near Champiain. 

Wood F II, music teacher, boards with H H Doolittle. 

Wood W W, shoe store, 111 Church st. 

Woodbary TJ A, depntj collector of 'customs, h Locust st 
near North. 

Woodhouse C W, cashier Merchants X. Bank, h cor of Col- 
lege and Union st.s. 

Woodman Miss A E, dressmaker, h 31 Cherry st. 

Woodman L. carpenter, Winooski av, near Pearl st, h Pearl 
st, near Champiain. 

Woodman Miss M E, dressmaker, h 3-1 Cherry st. 

Woodman Miss S A, dressmaker, h 3-i Cherry st. 

Woods Edwin, undertaker, College st, near White, h 38 
George st. 

Woods G P, dealer in fl.our,feecl 1' gruiu, 19 Church st. 

Woods Judith, h King st, near Water. 
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Woodward Geo, emp woolen mill, h near Winooski bridge. 

"Woodward John, emp J .Mitchell A Son, boards at Stanton 
House. 

Woodworth F, b cor White and Bank sis. 

Worcester Geo, emp Shepard, Davis & Co, h OS Cherry st. 

Worcester Geo S, inspector customs, boards with J H Wor- 
cester. 

Worcester J H, h 10 Locust st. 

Worcester Dr. S, office and h cor Main and Union sts. 

Worden W R, broom maker, boards with A Drew. 

Wormell E 0, manager Continental Ferrotype Co, Church st. 

Wilght AS, emp Shepard, Davis & Co, h Water st, near 
Munroe. 

Wright Geo, emp G L Linsley, boards with Eli Chittenden. 

Wright G D, manuf map & curtain rollers, Pioneer build- 
ings, h 21 George st. 

Wright G F, emp G D Wright, boards with G D Wright. 

Wright Geo W, emp S C Kimball A Co, h Munroe st, near 
George. 

Wright John, watchman, h Champlain st, near North. 

Wright E J, cleri forV 1' Xoyes, boards at Lawrence House. 

Wright S, emp C Blodgett & Son h Ghaniplain st. bet Pearl 
and Munroe. 

Wright T, emp S C Kimball & Co, boards with J W Wright 

Wright Win. h St. Paul st, bet King and Maple. 

Veil Morris, wheelwright, boards with R E Ray. 

Yore James, emp Roby Bros, h Locust st, near Interval av. 

Zottman, D K, dealer in stoves, h cor Cherry and St Paul: sts. 

Zottman Gabriel, boards with D G Crane. 

Zottman James, emp Shepard, Davis & Co, h Shelburn st, 

near Willard. 
Zottman John, machinist, boards with II W Smith. 
Zottman Stephen, emp W & D G Crane, boards with David 

G. Crane. 



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Archibald st— from Gocb st west to Maiden Lane. 

Adams st— from Shelburn st east to Union st. 

Bank st— from White st west to Lake. 

Battery — between Pearl and Murray sts west of Water st. 

Beech st- -from Willard st west to Union st. 

Bkight st— from Winooski av west to North Lend. 

Centre st (Catlin's Lane)— from College st north to 

Bank st. 
Cedar st — from Cliamplain st east to Locnst st. 
C:iamt'lain' st— from Maple st north to North Bend. 
Cheery st— from White st west to Water st. 
Church st - from Pearl st south to Adams st. 
Chestnut st— from North sfc north to North Bend. 
Cliff st —from Tattle st west to Willard st. 
Colchester a v— from head of Pearl st east to Winooski . 
College st— from Green st. west to Lake. 
Decatue st— from Winooski av to Interval av. 
Elm st— from Maple st south to Spruce st. 
Fiest st— from Winooski av west to North Bend. 
Front st— from North st south to the Lattery. 
Geoege st— from Pearl st north to Peru st. 
Goch st— from Pearl st north to Winooski road. 
Grant st— from Locust st east to Maiden Lane. 
Green st— from Pearl st south to Main. 
High st— from head, of Main st north to Pearl st. 
Howard st— from Union st west t<> Shelburn st. 
Hyde st — from Maiden Lane to Winooski av. 
Interval av— from North av east to Winooski av. 
King st— from Church st west to Lake. 
Lafountain st— from North st north to Neath Bend. 
Lake st— from College st south to Maple st. 
Locust st from Pearl st north to North Bend. 
Main st -from East av west to Luke. 
M luen Lane -from Pearl st north to Winooski av. 
Muneoe st- from George at south to the Battery. 
Murray st— from Peru st north to North st. 
Maple st— from Puttie st west to Water st 
Marshal's Lane— from College st south to Skinner's 

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Mechanic st— from Church st east to Markham's Lane. 
North st— from Goch st south to North av. 
North av— from the Battery North to the river. 
North Bend (Interval av)— from North av eastward to 

Locust st. 
Oak st— from Interval av to North B< nd. 
Pearl st— from the Battery east to High st. 
Peru st — from Champlain st fast to George st. 
Pin'e st —from Pearl st south fco Maple st. 
Pitkin st — from North st north to North Lend. 
Pomeeot st— from Goch st west to Maiden Lane. 
Poplar st— from Battery st east to Champlain st. 
Post: st —from North si north to North Bend. 
S i >urn st— from Slain st south to the city limits. 
Spring st— from Interval av to North Bend. 
Spruce st— from Union st west to Shelburn st. 
S Paul st— from Pearl st south to Main st. 
Smith st (or Lane')— from Battery east to Champlain st. 
Summit st— from M tin st south to Cliff st. 
Summer si - from Front st to Battery. 
Truman st— from Willard st west to Union st. 
Tutti.e st— from Main st south to Cliff st. 
Union st— from Shelburn st north to College st. 
Walnut st— from Spring st to Oak st. 
Water st— from Pitkin st south to Maple st. 
White st— from Pearl st south to Main st. 
Willow st— from Interval av to Walnut st. 
Wili \r.ii st— from Pearl st south to Shelburn st. 
William st — from Pearl s f south to Main st. 
Winooski av —from Pearl st north to Winooski Falls road. 
Winooski Falls Road— from head of Winooski av east 

to Winooski. 






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BLACK WALNUT chamber sets. 

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